GOJUNOTO Linen Handkerchief
Linen handkerchief (square cloth) that can be used as wrapping cloth like a small furoshiki to wrap gifts or as a bento wrap, with simple but charming line drawing of GOJUNOTO - Five-storied Pagoda which is one of the most symbolic architecture in Nara, an ancient capital of Japan. The illustration is by a Paris and Barcelona based illustrator Philippe Wisebecker who has been creating many artworks in Japan for advertisement, publications and many more. This product was made in collaboration with Wisebecker and a 300 year old traditional company Nakagawa Masashichi Shoten of Nara.
Measurements: approx. 44 x 44 cm / 17.3 x 17.3 inch
Material: 100% Linen
Made in Japan