Welcome to Zusetsu, your online store for quality furoshiki from Kyoto. Here you will find lots of help and ideas for creating your own beautiful gift-wrapping and furoshiki bags.
Contemporary furoshiki knot-wraps evolved from the textiles that carefully wrapped the treasures of the Imperial family, just outside Kyoto. Now you can create these wonderful styles, and be a part of an on-trend movement that is choosing sustainability and reusability over disposable paper and plastics.
To complement our growing range of furoshiki, we have more pretty gifts from the elegant city of Kyoto that are created using skills passed down through generations: beautiful brocade purses that use the weaving skills of Nishijin-ori, and deep-dyed washi paper gifts inspired by kimono patterns.
Why not choose something elegant and unique this Christmas?
Our beautiful, quality furoshiki from Kyoto create gifts and elegant gift-wrapping that show thoughtfulness and care.
We stock 4 sizes of furoshiki:
104cm furoshiki: creates a large bag, such as the Leaf Bag, in Chrysanthemum Red/Blue above.
90cm furoshiki: creates a slightly smaller bag, such as the one shown here in Camellia Gray.
It can also be used for special gift wrapping (the wrapping becomes part of the gift).
70cm furoshiki: creates beautiful gift wrapping for a gift that's under A4-size, and the furoshiki can be
re-used as a small Leaf Bag for keeping items in.
48cm furoshiki: ideal to wrap a gift like a small box of chocolates, a paperback book, or a boxed candle, or a few small loose items like bath products by making it into a very small bag.
The Modern Girl Furoshiki Bag Kit with Ring Handles is a very pretty gift, and requires just two knots to make. We stock it in 5 beautiful designs.
A detailed booklet is included with every purchase, to help you to enjoy making different styles of furoshiki wrapping.
Find how-to videos in our FAQ section. You'll be amazed at how easy it is!
I am happy to make your beautiful furoshiki bag up for you - just drop me an email before you order! Thank you!