Tout savoir sur le Furoshiki : La technique d'emballage japonaise

Everything you need to know about Furoshiki: The Japanese wrapping technique

Furoshiki is a Japanese wrapping technique that uses fabric or paper instead of the plastic or wrapping paper we are all familiar with. It's especially useful when you're shopping for gifts or need to wrap delicate items or zero waste kits . Furoshiki is also a great way to reduce waste and reuse as many materials as possible, making it a sustainable option.

What is Furoshiki?

Furoshiki is a Japanese wrapping method that uses fabric instead of plastic packaging. This technique was first used in the early 20th century by merchants of the Edo period (1603-1867) to wrap gifts. Over time, this technique has become popular with consumers and is now used for many purposes, including gift giving and transporting items. Furoshiki is most often used today for wrapping gifts . It can be used to wrap anything from small items, such as candies or sweets, to larger items, such as fruits or vegetables. It can also be used to store items by placing them in the fabric and folding it so that the pieces are easily accessible.

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Furoshiki LOVE - JOY!

Why use Furoshiki?

The beauty of Furoshiki lies in its versatility. While it is primarily a way to wrap gifts, it is also a way to transport products and organize them. The fabric is usually a cotton blend that is durable and easy to clean. Additionally, the fabric can be easily reused, which largely explains its popularity in Japan . Another advantage of Furoshiki is that it is widely used in Japan, there you are spoiled for choice! You can easily find Furoshiki at the supermarket or even online. Fabrics generally come in small, medium and large sizes, depending on your needs and the items you are packing. They can also come in different colors, allowing everyone to find the Furoshiki of their dreams.

How to use Furoshiki?

The fabrics are usually rectangular in shape, measuring about 30 by 15 centimeters. You can fit a few items in them, depending on the size of the fabric and the items you are packing. It is better to pack the items in a separate box or bag, so that they are not damaged during transportation. Then, simply place the items in the Furoshiki and fold the fabric over the items. You can fold the fabric in half or in quarters. You can also fold the fabric in different ways to create varied designs.

Other Uses of Furoshiki

Besides using Furoshiki to package and transport products, you can also use them to store items such as documents, books or kitchen utensils. You can also use them to organize your desk or workspace by placing small items on them, like paper clips, pens or pencils. You can also use them to store books or collectibles, such as magazines or posters.


Furoshiki FRIDA - JOY!

Why fall for a Furoshiki JOY! ?

Opt for one Furoshiki JOY! has several advantages:

  • Ecological : fabric packaging is reusable and made in France!
  • Aesthetics : pretty packaging is part of the pleasure of giving and highlights your gift.
  • Practical : the recipient will be able to reuse the fabric, in a certain circular economy logic as we have just seen.
  • Surprise : this eco-friendly, zero-waste gift wrap remains unusual. Your loved ones will admire your commitment to the planet.

Fall for a Furoshiki JOY! it's setting an example of more reasonable and ecological consumption to those close to you!


Furoshiki is an excellent way to reduce waste and consume less. It can also be easily transported and used in multiple ways. Although Furoshiki are usually available online , you can also find them in supermarkets, adult craft stores, and other retail stores. Furoshiki are typically sold in small, medium, and large sizes, depending on your needs and the items you are packing. They can also be different colors. Remember, they're not just for wrapping gifts. They can also be used to transport items and organize your desk or workspace. They are also useful for storing small items and organizing books, magazines or collectibles.

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