Kabuki is a traditional Japanese dance-drama. The word Kabuki is thought to derive from the verb kabuku meaning ‘to be out of the ordinary’. Kabuki history dates back to the Edo period in Japan (1603 - 1868. Edo is the former name of Tokyo) and the dance and drama would be mostly performed by women who would play both male and female roles.
This ‘origami style’ furoshiki by Cochae has two faces of Sukeroko who is a Japanese Samurai Warrior often portrayed in Kabuki plays. This comical design can be folded creatively to show different expressions.
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Black with print
- Made in Japan