KAMON Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth "House of Kitashirakawa"

KAMON Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth "House of Kitashirakawa"

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Product Code: 6001111

Brand: D-BROS

In Japan, kamon is a symbol or mark that signifies a family's lineage. It is a family crest that has been handed down from generation to generation. Furoshiki is a square cloth that is used to wrap objects. It is said that its origins lie in the Nara Period (710-794), and the Japanese have long used furoshiki to carry and store things. Because one furoshiki can wrap bottles and boxes of various shapes, it has been used by merchants for transport, by travelers for packing things, and by many to wrap congratulatory gifts.



・ If you would like to iron your furoshiki, place a press cloth over the furoshiki first and iron at medium heat (140℃ - 160℃).
・ This furoshiki is washable, and may be hand-washed or machine-washed at a low setting with weak water flow.
・ Made of 100% silk, and may shrink.

Made in Japan (Kawamata, Fukushima Prefecture / Shizuoka City, Yamagata Prefecture)


北白川家菊
kitashirakawake kiku
House of Kitashirakawa* Chrysanthemum

As a symbol of the Imperial Family, the chrysanthemum has long been a familiar flower to the Japanese, and it is said that it was first imported from China. During the Heian Period (794-1185), it was used in potions for longevity, and it was preferred as a noble flower that people appreciated. During the Kamakura Period (1185-1333), Emperor Go Toba, who deeply loved the chrysanthemum design, placed chrysanthemum flower designs on his belongings such as his clothes, furnishings, and imperial oxcart. In the passing down of this design to subsequent emperors, the chrysanthemum flower was established as the Imperial Family’s crest.
* Kitashirakawa is one of the branches of the Japanese Imperial Family.
Material 100% Silk (parachute cloth) / Tenassen hand-printed
Dimensions 900×900mm
Weight 200.0000

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