Tokyo Glow-in-the-Dark Furoshiki


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Inspired by the city that never sleeps, this furoshiki features graphic interpretations of Tokyo like its many skyscrapers, Tokyo Tower and even Mt. Fuji in the background. It’s made from 3-color silkscreen printing, one of them being glow in the dark ink that absorbs natural light during the day and gently radiates a soft glow at night. And it’s soft to the touch so it can be worn comfortably.


  • Designer: Hanna Waldron
  • Dimensions: 90 × 90 cm (35.4 × 35.4")
  • 3 color silkscreen print using glow in the dark ink
  • Handmade in Japan by Link
  • Item ships separately from Japan. Displayed price includes cost of shipping


Based in Tokyo, Link Collective brings together artists and designers from around the world to create beautiful furoshiki textiles, hand-printed and sewn in Japan by a family business with over 50 years of experience. Go on a virtual tour of their studio.

Link's stylish furoshiki's were designed to be worn as scarfs but they can also be used for their traditional purpose: to wrap things. The Japanese have perfected the art of wrapping furoshiki over 400 years. Elegantly tie anything from books to bottles and make any gift extra special.

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