Utagawa Hiroshige (1797–1858) was a great Ukiyo-e master whose iconic woodblock prints heavily influenced future generations of design. Vibrant red camellias bloom against a light blue snowy sky in Camellia and Sparrows in Snow, which depicts the change of seasons from winter to spring.
We’ve recreated the eye-catching design on a furoshiki, a traditional Japanese cloth that has been used for hundreds of years to pack and transport wares. The convenient cloths are still popular for use as eco-friendly totes and compact stowage in a pinch. Pick up your own versatile furoshiki made from 100% recycled PET bottles.
Japanese Art from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, is one of the premier art institutions in the world. The museum is renowned for its vast collection of Japanese artwork and long history of cultural exchange with Japan. A selection of the museum’s masterworks from Japan can now be enjoyed in a new collaboration with UNIQLO, inspired by iconic designs including Kawanabe Kyōsai’s Wind God and Thunder God, Hasegawa Tōhaku’s Dragon and Tiger.
100% Polyester ( 100% Uses Recycled Polyester Fiber )
27.6 x 27.6''
Machine wash cold, gentle cycle, Dry clean