Osibori (Oshibori) – Traditional Japanese Napkin Origami (8 images)

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In regular Japanese restaurants they do not wash their hands before eating. not because the Japanese have clean hands by default. But there is ancient cultural tradition in Japan behind this, it’s called Osibori Or (Oshibori). Osibori is wipes before eating, small wet type of Towelie for hands and face. In winter Oshibori are served warm, and in the summer it served cool. Oshibori are cheap and disposable (like wet wipes), Some are classics, a reusable, and made of fabric. In the past few years Osibori have got a variety of figures – a kind of fabric origami, comes with pleasant smelling mint and other herbs. have a look few…

Osibori (Oshibori) - Traditional Japanese Napkin Origami


Osibori (Oshibori) - Traditional Japanese Napkin Origami
Osibori (Oshibori) - Traditional Japanese Napkin Origami
Osibori (Oshibori) - Traditional Japanese Napkin Origami
Osibori (Oshibori) - Traditional Japanese Napkin Origami
Osibori (Oshibori) - Traditional Japanese Napkin Origami
Osibori (Oshibori) - Traditional Japanese Napkin Origami
Osibori (Oshibori) - Traditional Japanese Napkin Origami