Reduce the need for plastic bags with a traditional Japanese eco bag. Here is how to create it a furoshiki. #DIY

TRADITIONAL JAPANESE ECO BAG Furoshiki is a traditional Japanese wrapping cloth which is used to carry many different items and can be a great way to help the environment by using as a re-usable eco-shopping cloth.

Sachio Yoshioka using the technique Tsutsugaki (rice resist dyeing)

Sachio Yoshioka using the technique Tsutsugaki (rice resist dyeing)

animal furoshiki by cochae.

Hanging Animal Furoshiki Designed by Cochae

Furoshiki (風呂敷) are a type of traditional Japanese wrapping cloth that originated 1300 years ago during the Nara period. They were originally used to wrap up clothing in public baths so that

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Olive green is a perfect fall-friendly color, and this is a perfect pouch bag for an evening out. The Row The Ascot Bag.

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Wrapping cloth by Paperblanks. Only available in Japan - and only a 1000 produced!

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I like unique gift wrapping ideas that are REALLY quick to use. That is why furoshiki are my new favorite gift wrap. These Japanese wrapping scarves or cloths (also called bojagi in Korea)

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Furoshiki Link Collective

http://www.gungendo.co.jp/?p=3194

http://www.gungendo.co.jp/?p=3194

http://www.1x1swap.com/edicion2.html

http://www.1x1swap.com/edicion2.html

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