How to Wrap a Gift the Japanese Way
With christmas & Hanukkah barreling down on us you’ll probably have a pile of gifts to wrap shortly. If you’re like me there’s a good chance your method of gift wrapping consists of jamming things in to a bag and piling tissue paper on top… or dropping it in a grocery bag, folding and taping… both quick time savers but this method ends up looking a lot slicker:
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The Japanese have a special way of gift wrapping. They use a big piece of paper that they fold in a special way, so as to use only one piece of tape to hold everything together. Not only is it practical, it is also very beautiful!