Furoshiki Carp Climbing Waterfalls


Furoshiki with design of carp climbing a waterfall.

Carp climbing a waterfall

This design mean success in life from the legend that a carp that climbs up the rapids becomes a dragon.


  • Cotton 100%


  • 50cm x 50cm

What is Furoshiki?

Furoshiki is a Japanese wrapping cloth.

Furoshiki is used today to wrap things, and especially when used to wrap and carry gifts, it gives the impression to others that you value the ancient Japanese custom.


Furoshiki (風呂敷)

Furoshiki is a Japanese wrapping cloth.

It is said that the furoshiki originated in the Muromachi period (1333-1573), when people wrapped their undressed clothes in a cloth with their own family crest on it when taking a bath, so as not to be mistaken for other people's clothes.


Mt. Fuji Good Prospects

Mt. Fuji's shape, which stretches out slowly and widely from its summit to its foot, looks like a spreading out end.

This shape means "to spread gradually toward the end" or "to flourish gradually.

Therefore, Mt. Fuji is considered to be an auspicious mountain that offers good prospects for the future.