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Gift Wrapping Cloth – Furoshiki – Ichimatsu Navy

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Stylish simple ichimatsu pattern furoshiki wrapping for your gift.

Ichimatsu, a kabuki actor in the Edo period, wore this pattern’s hakama(formal skirt) and gained popularity among women.  Since then this pattern is called ichimatsu.

Reusable larger size wrapping cloth.  100% cotton.

Check this link to know how to use furoshiki.

Greeting Card – Kanagawaoki Namiura – Hokusai – Kyoto

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The painting on this greeting card is Katsushika Hokusai’s famous ukiyoe “Kanagawaoki Namiura”. The card has a inner Japanese paper of a translucent sensu pattern and we can write your message for the recipient. Why not give your tea gift with your personal message to someone special? Please write your message in Order Notes at Checkout page.

 

Greeting Card – Naniwaya Okita – Utamaro – Kyoto

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This greeting card is printed with a picture of “Naniwaya Okita” by Utamaro Kitagawa. Naniwaya was a teahouse located near Sensoji Temple in Tokyo, and Okita was an employee of the teahouse. How about giving your tea present with your heartfelt message? Please write your message in the Order Notes box on the checkout page. We will print it on the inner Japanese paper of the card and send it with all our care.

 

Greeting Card – Akafuji – Hokusai – Kyoto

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This greeting card is printed with a famous picture of Mt. Fuji, called Akafuji, painted by the ukiyoe artist Katsushika Hokusai. The card comes with a Japanese paper with a translucent sensu pattern and we can write your message for the recipient. How about adding this in your gift for your loved ones? Please write your message in the order notes column on the checkout page.

 

Gift Wrapping Cloth – Furoshiki – Plum Red

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Japanese furoshiki for your gift wrapping, showing your hot heart with red plum.

Plum is a congratulatory flower in Japan.

Reusable larger size wrapping cloth.  100% cotton.

Check this link to know how to use furoshiki.

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