greeting envelope with mizuhiki
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The main decoration of the noshi-bukuro gift envelope is the intricate mizuhiki pattern of beautiful threads.
In Japan, thin colored cords are used for mizuhiki knots since the Heian era (IX-XII centuries). Those cords are woven from long strips of painted Japanese washi paper and covered with a special starch paste. Mizuhiki is a good luck knot woven in the shape of a plum blossom - a wish for prosperity and longevity.
The color of the envelope and the shape of the mizuhiki will come across randomly.