Furoshiki are traditional Japanese wrapping cloths that serve as a stylish and practical solution for wrapping your bento box. Apart from protecting your bento, they can also be used as an impromptu bag, to wrap things for storage, or as a reusable gift wrapping!
The Cochae Seven Lucky Gods Furoshiki is a 70 cm (27.55") square cloth beautifully decorated with lucky charms from Japanese folklore. The seven Gods of good luck are depicted together in a boat as they sail on a ocean of success, bright gold coins and lucky sea bream.
Designed by textile artists Cochae, this Furoshiki can be folded in multiple ways to create expose different parts of the pattern, such as a Sea Bream or a boat filled with gold or the seven gods.
Hand wash or machine wash with like colors and a low heating setting.