The plover is one of the auspicious patterns, and this design features plovers flying in the middle of the Japanese waves' pattern.
it represents marital bliss and family safety because waves are used as a metaphor of society.
The word "plovers" in Japanese has the same sound as the word "to take a thousand".
This is why, in particular, it is called "taking a thousand blessings" and is a symbol of victory and encouragement.
It is very nicely designed so that the plover will appear in just the right place when it's wrapped, and a big plover comes out when you unfold it.
This is made out of smooth cotton sheeting.
Code : 20724-210
Dimensions : 70 x 70cm (27.6 ″ x 27.6″)
Weight : 80 g.(0.176lbs)
Material : 100% cotton.
- Made in Japan.
- Gift wrapping, bottle wrapping, wall décor, etc.
It is developed as a furoshiki for wrapping to celebrate "Hare no Hi" (joyous occasions) in a festive manner.
The design can be used for weddings, celebrations or corporate anniversary gifts, etc. because the mizuhiki, pine, bamboo and plum motifs are representative of auspiciousness.
Designed to look beautiful both when spread out and when wrapped.
The items received as wrapping can be used repeatedly afterwards.
It turns into a small bag as well.