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With 'furoshiki,' you won't need wrapping paper this holiday season. (chart illustration and links to tutorials)

With 'furoshiki,' you won't need wrapping paper this holiday season.

Wrap gifts in fabric using this traditional Japanese method that's resilient, multipurpose, beautiful, and green!

Beautiful and cool pictures of Tokyo, Japan/Asia. Including modern lifestyle, such as Japanese cuisine, fashion, streets of Tokyo and pop culture. Also introduces traditional culture like Kimono, Origami, Ikebana, Geisha and Samurai.

DIY Furoshiki - should start raiding charity shops for scarves - the same price as wrapping paper and reusable

Ambatalia Furoshiki Illustrated How-to | QUITOKEETO

Ambatalia 10-in-1 Wrapping Cloth

Furoshiki quilt

Quilted Furoshiki

The Japanese wrapping cloth known as the furoshiki is said to have been first used in the Muromachi when people spread it out in place of a bath.

Quilted Furoshiki

50 Creative Gift Wrap Ideas

Ecogeneration’s How To Make Furoshiki (wrapping for presents made out of re-usable fabric vs paper that gets tossed) Tutorial: Part

Leather carry strap for furoshiki bag white by TheLinkCollective, $20.00

Leather carry strap for furoshiki bag (white)

Leather carry strap for furoshiki bag white by TheLinkCollective

Tsutsumi, the Japanese art of gift wrapping with cloth, is a beautiful way to be green this holiday season.

Christmas, holiday or anytime gift wrapping ideas, including furoshiki (fabric wrapping paper), recycled paper wrap, green wrapping & DIY decorative touches

Furoshiki gift wrapping.  Japanese style wrapping using scarves or fabric instead of paper.  via youtubefuroshikiwrapping.com

Furoshiki gift wrapping: How to wrap your presents in Furoshiki (cloth) to avoid using wrapping paper. Unlike wrapping paper (which usually can't be recycled) Furoshiki can be used again and again.

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Japanese-style gift-wrapping, called tsutsumi, uses paper and cloth to create simple but elegant wrappings for gifts, presents and packages.