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In Furoshiki Hawaii, we have received joyful voices from many customers not only in Japan but all over the world.
As a gift wrapping for friends from Hawaii
I moved here and missed Hawaii, but a friend from Hawaii found this Furoshiki Hawaii and used it because I wanted to wrap a gift with Hawaiian wrapping paper.
First of all, I was surprised that the quality of the fabric was better than I had imagined. It has a beautiful pattern and bright colors, and I bought it for myself later.
My friend also received a gift with a nice Hawaiian fabric and was very pleased. It's also a good idea to be surprised at the reusable furoshiki! Was pleased.
It was also good that I was able to raise my will for the environment as much as possible. Thank you very much.
Very satisfied with the high quality Hawaiian fabrics!
When I was wondering what to do because I wanted to send a gift to an American friend, I found this Furoshiki Hawaiian Furoshiki. I live in Hawaii, so I wanted to send something Hawaiian and Japanese, so this is it! I bought it because I thought. When I went to the store, I thought that I would wrap it in various colors and sizes, but I learned that there are various uses, so I decided to give it as a Hawaiian furoshiki as it is. When I gave it to a friend, I was able to talk about Japanese furoshiki, and I was interested in the idea of a rational eco-friendly furoshiki in Japan. I think I was able to make a gift that I can be proud of as a Japanese person. I chose a large Hawaiian floral pattern, but my friends can also use it as a scarf! I was very happy to say that. Thank you very much.
May 2021 Ms.MINAMI
I'm really happy that it was used as a tool to convey the culture of Japan and Hawaii. I am very happy that it was an opportunity for me to become an eco-friendly initiative because it is okay for as many people as possible. Thank you for using this service.
Feel refreshed! Even if we were able to make eco-friendly efforts, we could solve it!
I was wondering what kind of wrapping paper would be good for giving a birthday present to my child. I used to give it as a gift using a very elaborate and expensive wrapping paper, but it was torn in front of me, and I thought, "Oh, I wish I had chosen the cheaper one ..." There was something that happened, so I thought I would make the wrapping paper cheaper. That said, I found this Furoshiki Hawaii-san when I was wondering what to do because the same thing smelled a little every time. In Japan, furoshiki has an old-fashioned image and I thought it was not suitable for children's wrapping, but here there are cute Hawaiian food patterns and patterns that seem to please even old words, and wrap it in it. Saw. I couldn't tear it, and when I finished using it, I thought it would be great if I could use it as a lunch box or a handkerchief, but it was a great answer!
The children were excited about the Hawaiian food patterns that they don't usually see. It seems that it was interesting that something like Japanese was patterned as Hawaiian food. Did you have any interest in Hawaiian culture? I'm really happy because I don't have to see the wrapping paper that gets messed up in front of me anyway. Thank you very much. I will be using this again!
I am very happy that it was an opportunity for my child to become interested in overseas at an early stage. The Hawaii Soul Food series also has sushi and rice balls drawn on it, so it's probably a pattern that is familiar to Japanese children. Although it is Japanese food, I think it is a fabric pattern that is not found in Japan. Perhaps there is also a perspective of Japan as seen by foreigners. We are glad that both children and HONMA were pleased. Thank you for using.
I used it as a souvenir from Hawaii when I returned to Japan.
Every time I go back to Japan, I bring a little souvenir from Hawaii, but cookies cut it off, and above all, it's also a business trip, so it's better not to be bulky and break when considering traveling. Do you have any souvenirs? When I was thinking, I heard from a friend and learned about Hawaiian Furoshiki and went to a shop in Waikiki.
I heard that the Waikiki store is lined with colorful Hawaiian dresses, and the clerk is making dresses, so I heard that Corona is the catalyst for making furoshiki from fabric sales.
The dress was obviously a better grade than what I saw in that area, and above all, there was a furoshiki made from fabrics made in Hawaii, so it was a little expensive, but I thought it was a souvenir. I bought it. I was a hula lover, but I was very pleased that it was Princess Kaiulani's furoshiki. The dough making is also Hawaii. I was surprised. Women can't use Hawaiian shirts as souvenirs, so I'm happy that I was able to give them good souvenirs. Please do your best from now on. Thank you very much.
June 2020 TANAKA living in Hawaii
We would be happy if we could provide a service that would give us an opportunity to convey Hawaii and Japanese culture to as many people as possible.
The fabric of Princess Ka'iulani uses the same method and grade as Sigzen, which is famous for high-end shirts.
Of course, you can't buy the fabric alone, but we sell it with the tag of Princess Ka'iulani, so it's a product that can only be purchased at our shop.
We accept discounts and special orders for bulk purchases, so please do not hesitate to contact us if you would like to purchase in bulk for your business partners.
Thank you for using this time. We look forward to seeing you again.