Furoshiki (Hare Tsutsumi, Checker (M))
Furoshiki (Hare Tsutsumi, Checker (M))
Furoshiki (Hare Tsutsumi, Checker (M))
Furoshiki (Hare Tsutsumi, Checker (M))
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Hare Tsutsumi, Checker (M)
In the middle of Edo-era, Ichimatsu pattern became famous because of one of the most popular Kabuki actors "Sanokawa Ichimatsu" who was dressed in Hakama with the checkered pattern in white and deep blue color. This pattern and coloring began to be called Ichimatsu.
The Ichimatsu pattern represents the eternity and prosperity because the pattern lasts and repeats endlessly.

Hare tsutsumi
It is developed as a furoshiki for wrapping to celebrate "Hare no Hi" (joyous occasions) in a festive manner.
The design can be used for weddings, celebrations or corporate anniversary gifts, etc. because the mizuhiki, pine, bamboo and plum motifs are representative of prosperity.


Product Details

Dimensions : 70 x 70cm (27.6 ″ x 27.6″)
Weight : 82 g
Material : 100% cotton
Made in Japan
Gift Wrapping (Bottle etc..)


First, learn these two types of basic knots.

Examples of wrapping

1. Wrapping small boxes such as lunch boxes

2. Wrapping a wine bottle

3. Wrap as a bag



Tips for Choosing the Right Furoshiki Size 

The size of a furoshiki is best chosen by ensuring that the diagonal length of the furoshiki is approximately three times the length of the item you wish to wrap. This makes it easier to wrap the item securely.




  • Machine washable or hand wash.
  • When ironing, use a pressing cloth.
    - For cotton materials, iron at approximately 180-210°C.
    - For polyester materials, iron at approximately 140-160°C.
  • This product is eligible for Letterbox Delivery.
  • Depending on the number and combination of items purchased, it may be shipped using Percel Delivery.
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