This Furoshiki is printed and dyed with a special technique that keeps both sides of the pattern the same but with two different colours, red and green, so it can be used on either side. The cherry blossom pattern is a symbol of love, gratitude, appreciation and acceptance of destiny.
The Isa Monyo collection was originally designed by Kunio Isa, one of the most influential artist in traditional stencil printing. Since 1940 he has created more than three thousand design stencils, that remain to to date in the Isa Research Institute in Japan. Many of his creations are unique, yet modern, and have been printed on numerous products or are available as stand alone art.
Furoshiki is a piece of square towel that people from Japan have been using to wrap gifts and carry groceries for generations. Due to its unique pattern, size and weaving style, this 100% high quality cotton towel can be used in a variety of different ways.