This book is not a reprint of "How to Wrap Five Eggs" as the title would imply.
There is a kind of reverence and gratitude with which the Japanese treat simple objects, that is both intriguing and inspiring.
So it's back to no 'truth in advertising' and a big 'BUYER BEWARE' even here in the book lists.
A nice copy of the book, but I actually wanted something with actual instructions on how to do Japanese traditional wrappings such as furoshiki.Published 3 months ago by Christine M. Carlisle
Lovely book with photos of a nearly bygone era. Handcrafted and elegant with simple and beautiful containers. Proof that going green with packaging is like coming home.Published 7 months ago by sally
One of the most amazing books that I own, presents unique solutions to everyday storage issues. Such as why 5 eggs?Published 20 months ago by Glen Douglas Hewitt
I have always wanted to own a copy of this beautiful book.
There is a kind of reverence and gratitude with which the
Japanese treat simple objects, that is both... Read more
I have just got into packaging this quarter at my school and my teacher introduced the class to this book. It's a great book. Beautiful images. Read morePublished on March 13, 2012 by chris
I bought this book as a pre-order item a few years ago and was so disappointed when I received it. This is a black and white photo catalog (and not a very good one, either), not a... Read morePublished on September 19, 2010 by S. A.