Refugee Artisan Initiative
Tea Cloth Wrap
| Origin: Seattle
About This Mini Furoshiki
Exclusively Designed for Key To Teas by Local Refugee Artisans
Furoshiki 風呂敷 is a type of traditional Japanese wrapping cloth used to transport kimono, clothing, gifts and goods dating back as far as the Nara period (AD 710-794) and most prevalently used during the Edo period (1603-1868). Recently with global sustainability initiatives, the Japanese Department of Environment has published the creative uses of textiles reviving what was old to be new & modern again.
The world is your oyster on how creative you can be to use beautifully patterned textiles to wrap anything. At Key To Teas, we encourage these mini wraps to be used as gift wrapping for most of our teaware which comes in protective boxes. The recipient will not only be delighted and will feel connected to the Artisans who made these, but also to the environment to reduce the use of paper and plastic.
*Patterns will seasonally change
Material: 100% Rayon
Dimensions: 19.5" x 19.5" (49.5 x 49.5 cm)
Note: Please select "Use Purchased Tea Cloth Wrap" option for gift wrapping in shopping bag when you'd like us to wrap another item with this item.
Learn more about Seattle based Refugee Artisan Initiative here: https://keytoteas.com/partnerships