Isa Monyo furoshiki with pine pattern on red and navy blue backdrop
Photo showing Isa monyo pine pattern furoshiki covering the Walnut woodgrain bento box
Isa Monyo Furoshiki laid out showing pine pattern on red and navy blue background, sold at Majime Life
Close up shot of isa monyo furoshiki showing the pine pattern on a navy blue backdrop
Front view of isa monyo furoshiki showing the pine pattern on a navy blue backdrop, wrapped around a bento box
Close up shot showing the knot of the isa monyo pine navy blue and red furoshiki at Majime Life
Bento box wrapped with the red side of the isa monyo pine pattern furoshiki
Side view of bento box wrapped with the isa monyo pine pattern furoshiki japanese wrapping cloth, red side

Isa Monyo Pine Navy Blue and Red Double Sided Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth 48cm

Sale price$18.00

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This is a double sided furoshiki with a Japanese pine ("Matsu" in Japanese) pattern on a navy blue and red background. Pine is a popular symbol of longevity in Japan as the tree can reach ages of 100-1000 years. 

The navy blue will surely calm your mood before your bento meal when you sit your bento box on table to unwrap. The red side brings out a sharp contrast, especially when you see a little bit of it in the knot used to tie it.  

Great as a gift or even a gift wrap, it can be also be used as a scarf or neckerchief, or even cover items in the house. Convert it into a tissue box cover. And of course also for wrapping bento boxes. 

View other furoshiki in our collection. 

More about the pattern

Isa monyo (Isa pattern) is a pattern dyeing technique handed down since ancient times in Japan. The technique results in innovative. intricate and delicate patterns and is achieved by carving out the patterns on specially prepared paper using a knife or sword. This template paper is then placed over cloth or Japanese paper, and a series of gluing, dyeing and washing steps are taken that finally results in a dyed pattern on the target material. The sharp lines created by carving combined with the soft outline from the glue results in a work that expresses both sharpness and warmth. This furoshiki represents such works from that era in Japan.  

Product details

This furoshiki can be used to wrap our standard sized bento boxes and will not fit our picnic bento boxesUse a larger furoshiki for our picnic bento boxes. 

  • Made in Japan
  • Dimensions: 48 x 48 cm
  • Weight: 40g
  • Material: 100% cotton
  • Product care: Machine washable (cold wash); Like all cotton materials, a little colour may fade over time, so wash with like colours; Hot iron - 180-200 degrees

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