To the untrained eye, furoshiki wrapping cloth may just look like a piece of fabric. But furoshiki wrapping is an art, and a piece of Japanese history. The technique began in 710 B.C. It was primarily used to wrap important goods and treasures in Japanese temples. In the present day, furoshiki cloth can be used to wrap gifts, bento boxes, books, and even bottles.
This adorable panda souvenir is the best mix of tradition and modern Japan. After unwrapping the furoshiki panda you will find kintaro candy with colorful and cute designs. Kintaro candy is traditionally known as a Japanese candy shaped into a cylinder. Enjoy these snacks as a keepsake for Japan, or share them with your loved ones.
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