I bought this Tenugui in Arashiyama, Kyoto - the Japanese use Tenugui, or pieces of decorated cloth for anything and everything from wrapping presents, bento boxes or even as a little tote bag or fashion statement.
This particular piece caught my eye because of the vibrant traditional Japanese sweets design on one side, and the more sophisticated yet fun waves on the side. The shape is a bit unusual as it's longish rather than squarish as most furoshiki tend to be, so it's probably best for wrapping smaller/thinner items if that's what you're using it for.
.: Tenugui is 86cmL x 34cmW
.: Made of linen and printed on both sides