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How to Use Furoshiki
The ways to use furoshiki to introduce here are carefully selected for the ones that can be done easily, fashionable and convenient. Hope you enjoy.
The most representative design offuroshiki should be “karakusa (arabesque) pattern”. It is a pattern that has been popular in Japan for a long time, but it is said that its origin is in ancient Greece. It was eventually used in Mesopotamia and Egypt, and it is thought that it was transmitted to Japan around the Nara period (AD 710 to 794) through the Silk Road. The pattern that multiple vines of the arabesque (medicago) intertwined and woven together expresses the vital force of the vines, which has meanings such as descendant prosperity. It may also be used for body parts of shishimai that appear in festivals throughout Japan.
Furoshiki & Environmental Impact
Recently furoshiki has been drawing attention as eco goods. Here is the explanation how the favorable impacts can be made by using furoshiki. The plastic shopping bags we use at shopping in retail stores like supermarkets are made of materials such as polyolefin, and there is concern about the negative impact on the environment. Ethylene, which is a raw material for polyolefin, is made by refining petroleum. Annually, 60 million to 100 million barrels of oil is spent on plastic bag manufacturing in the world. Therefore, you can save oil that is the raw material by not using plastic bags.
Furoshiki has a very long history. By definition, it can be said that it is more than 10,000 years if it is broadly understood as “cloth of the world”. If it is narrowly defined as “Japanese furoshiki”, it dates back over 1200 years ago.
What is the chashitsu of Souan?
It is no exaggeration to say that the “chashitsu of Souan” is a complete form of Japanese architecture and Japanese aesthetics. They were sophisticated ones, tiny yet making you feel great expanse, simple yet delicate, and mind-soothing yet getting tension to the spirit. Souanification may be rephrased as Japanification.
In establishing the knowledge hub “The Minimalist”
Society is advancing more and more, but as mass production and mass consumption have become commonplace, we came to wonder, “Isn’t this really the affluence?” Then the number of people, who are aiming for minimalism at the other end of the spectrum, is increasing.
Fundador: Takuya Nagata. Perfil Amazon
Escritor de romances, Criador. Graduado pela UCA, a universidade do Reino Unido. Ele discutiu o minimalismo japonês em sua tese de último ano. Fundador do “MINIЯISM” (minirism), movimento artístico que contribui para o desenvolvimento das sociedades, como a ecologia e o estilo de vida. Cobriu vários campos como escritor em diferentes partes da Europa e mais tarde lançou o eixo de conhecimento “The Minimalist” (O Minimalista).
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