KAMON Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth "Intersecting Three-Pronged Antlers"

KAMON Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth "Intersecting Three-Pronged Antlers"

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Product Code: 6001108

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)

mitsu mata chigai tsuno
Intersecting Three-Pronged Antlers

In China, it was believed that the deer is a divine beast of longevity and the incarnation of a god; and it was thought that its antlers were a miraculous drug for longevity. This belief also spread in Japan, and from olden times, and it has been said that the deer is a god’s messenger. In addition, the beautiful, majestic antlers symmetrically located across each other were the preferred “plumes” placed on top of helmets during the Sengoku (Warring States) Period (late 15th century to late 16th century).
Material 100% Silk (parachute cloth) / Tenassen hand-printed
Dimensions 900×900mm
Weight 200.0000

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