Sneak peak of one of the furoshiki we got in. Furoshiki are traditionally used as wrapping cloths to wrap lunches or gifts. However, this one can have many uses. From a sheet to go over your bed or a beautiful piece to be displayed in your home. The uses of furoshiki are limited to only to the owner’s imagination.
New @kellypottery vases are available in-store and online. They look best when being used and not sitting on a mantle. Each piece incorporates clean lines that give tradition and a sense of modernism.
We love seeing how our customers style our products! Our scarves add a nice layered touch to any outfit. Tag us so we can see your Kiriko Style! 🔁: @slc.denim 📸: @kyliepetronphotography
At Kiriko we believe in the values of Mottainai. This means that the old can be made new and everything can be used again. Through our Hitotsu items, such as this Boro Denim, we’ve been given a chance to create a new story and bring new life to these fabrics.
Continuing in the spirit of “mottainai,” we use fabrics from past productions to create these detailed hat bands and put them on these wool felt hats. Each hat band has it’s own unique combination of fabrics. Once this sells, there will not be another one like it.
This clutch bag was made in Hokkaido as a local gift representing the Ainu culture. It was made with Ainu-Orimono, a weave fabric which is popular in Hokkaido. This is considered a rare find, as many of these fabrics are not being made as much anymore. These intricate embroidery and maze-like designs are meant to trap evil spirits. We hope these patterns will keep all evil spirits at bay.