Since around the 1600’s, furoshiki was widely used in Japan as a traditional wrapping cloth to wrap clothes, gifts and other objects. Although the large bandanna-like furoshiki is not as commonly used now due to bags taking its place, furoshiki is still used by the elder generation and at traditional occasion. https://stussy.jp/”>Stussy Japan reached out to http://miyai-net.co.jp/”>Miyai, an established furoshiki manufacturer in Kyoto, to produce an exclusive SS World Tour Furoshiki. The navy colored traditional cloth reflects the http://freshnessmag.com/tag/stussy/”>Stussy brand and the iconic graphic covers the premium cotton fabric. Unfortunately this item is already sold out on the https://stussy.jp/shop/lineup/detail/7910″>Stussy Japan web store, however it might still be available at Stussy Chapters in Japan.