Episode #68Wrap it, Twist it, Create it!

Make a cute bag with a single piece of cloth! Fold your socks into an apple! Fold and tie your own Kawaii items! And our Kawaii Reporter is a Shironuri fashionista in Brazil! [UTC]
August 11 Fri. 0:30 / 6:30 / 13:30 / 18:30
Shooting Locations
  • Musubi

    Musubi Musubi is a store that specializes in furoshiki, a wrapping cloth, since 2005. They have a variety of designs, from classical to modern ones. They also hold classes a few times a month to teach how to wrap items using these cloths. Place: Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

Tokyo Photobook
  • Nosuke

    Nosuke Nosuke is a student who attends a school that specializes in making outfits and accessories. He used all red to create unity, and wore leggings with shorts to create a feminine style.

Kawaii Reporter
  • Lennon

    Lennon Lennon is a heavy user of Kawaii, and always participates in our events! He will show us his room and his Shironuri-style.

Kawaii Tutorial
  • Crystal Soap

    Crystal Soap
    Hisako Matsuzaki
    Introduces how to make a soap that sparkles like a jewel.

    Instructor of handmade soap. Creates a variety of soap with sweets motif.

  • Satoko Daikuhara

    Satoko Daikuhara FUROSHIKI wrapping coordinator. She actively takes part as an instructor in hopes of spreading the knowledge of furoshiki. She introduced us on how to make a "tear drop shaped bag" and "backpack"in the studio.

  • Isamu Sasagawa

    Isamu Sasagawa Hand towel artist. He creates different shapes of art from a damp hand towel, and has created more than 100 forms so far! In the studio, he taught us how to make a chick.

  • Audience


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