Eco-friendly and beautiful, furoshiki are traditional Japanese cloths that can be used to wrap bento boxes, gifts, wine bottles and more.
Kuniyoshi Ukiyo-e Furoshiki 48 cm | Cats Showing The Fifty Three Stations Of The Tokaido
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The Cats Showing The Fifty Three Stations of the Tokaido is a masterpiece by feline-loving Ukiyoe-artist, Kuniyoshi, and is actually a playful spoof of Hiroshige's The Fifty-three Stations of the Tokaido.
What we love about it:
- The composition showcases fifty five cats engaging in a variety of activities, and uses Japanese world play to liken each cat to names of stations along the Tokaido- one of five major routes that connected Tokyo to outer provinces during Japan's Edo period. Clever AND cute! A must for cat-lovers.
- Size works well to wrap small and medium bento boxes, and most of our large boxes.
- Also great as a wall hanging or table setting.
- 48cm x 48cm (18.9″ x 18.9″)
- Made from 100% cotton.
- Made in Japan
Machine-washable. Use the gentle cycle and lukewarm water (no hotter than 40 degrees C / 104 degrees F)
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