A line of medium-sized TENUGUI (72 x 72 cm or approx. 28 x 28 in.) is a convenient size that you can use for various occasions, such as wrapping clothes while on a trip wrapping a gift.
The edges are hemmed, unlike those of the TENUGUI, which is traditionally unfinished.
FUROSHIKI are square-shaped cloths used in Japan to wrap items and carry them. Being made of cloth, FUROSHIKI can be stored easily, is very light, and can wrap many different kinds of shapes. For those reasons, FUROSHIKI is convenient for day-to-day needs.
They can be used to wrap several small goods such as fruits together or wrap one bulky item, like a wine bottle or a large sake bottle. In addition to these advantages, FUROSHIKI can just be washed like other cloth when they get dirty.
Japanese re-acknowledged that FUROSHIKI is also environmentally friendly, they became even more popular.
FUROSHIKI BY KAMAWANU are made of thin material of cotton, yet they are durable and easy to make a knot.