Kesa (buddhist Priest's Robe) Gift Wrap
In Japan the outer robes worn by Buddhist priests, draped under one arm and fastened at the opposite shoulder, are called kesa. The pattern on this one-of-a-kind gift wrap is drawn from a nineteenth-century kesa pieced together from fragments of older karaori robes used in performances of traditional Noh dramas.
One 30 x 60 in. sheet shrinkwrapped on a cardboard tube. Reverse side includes printed grid lines for easy cutting.