Ready to see some Japanese gift wrapping tutorials? I love to make a real splash with my gift wrapping no matter how cheap or expensive the gift. Everything needs perfect corners or folds, a matching tag, a gorgeous ribbon and something special, like a sprig of holly, some cinnamon in a bow, some buttons – whatever it needs to look fab. I think Japanese style wrapping really fits in with what I want to achieve so I’m determined to give it a try. If you want to make your presents look extra special this year, here are some Japanese gift wrapping tutorials. Good luck!
1. Furoshikii Box Wrapping
I love this. Even though the Japanese have a great love of paper, there is a wrapping tradition that uses fabric. It is an ancient tradition that goes with the good manners practice of taking gifts when visiting other people’s houses. Choose a beautiful piece of fabric and that becomes part of the gift too. There are two methods of furoshiki in this video.