Furoshiki Kyoto since 1937 SHIP WORLDWIDE
Wrapping clothes is maybe one of the classic methods to use furoshiki. It was traditionally used to bring a change of clothes to a public bath, and people changed their clothes on furoshiki sheeting on the floor in the Edo period. It is said that some people put their logo on it not to make it mixed up with others'.
I reckon there are few people follow the tradition now because going to the public bath is uncommon.
Yamada sen-i has been established in 1937 as a manufacture of Furoshiki. You see our building in front on the photo. We're still located on the same place.
For us living now with furoshiki
Having said that, we have the occasions that we have to bring clothes with us, don't we?
Steps of wrapping clothes on a hanger
I personally tried to wrap two women's wool long coats in one piece of furoshiki, and found only one wool long coat was capable. Please try it out on your own wardrobes!