japanese food packaging

Japanese food packaging by Akaoni

Japanese food packaging (looks like craft paper with yellow and black marker drawing or animals — mouse, squirrel, rabbit, bear? Not sure what food this would be . but great packaging.

// Breadshop / Designed by NAAUAO, Kaneohe, Hawaii, USA //

Middle picture - unique ways to wrap things. I could see a bakery in france wrapping something like that. they would toss it in an ill fitting bag. ------------------------------------ // Breadshop / Designed by NAAUAO, Kaneohe, Hawaii, USA //

green package

Japanese packaging design, the picture inside the box lends a nostalgic touch to this pkg but it's the use of traditional furoshiki wrapping that sets it apart

Paper bags

designer ilvy jacobs: "These bags give a new view on everyday luxury and creates a new silhouette for the well known paper bag.

packaging for rice

It's all in the packaging. We love this Japanese rice bag, so beautiful that we're sure every meal would be delish - has to be if it came in that bag, right?

This is a package design of “Funazushi” which is a traditional food in Shiga prefecture of Japan. by Masahiro Minami

package design of “Funazushi” which is a traditional food in Shiga prefecture of Japan by Masahiro Minami / sea food / graphic design packaging

pinterest.com/fra411 #packaging -  Cute packaging for Fish food!

Cute packaging for fish food. The box and design work well together to make an adorable goldfish. The fish design is also relevant to the product's use.

Japanese Food Packaging Design for Fish Pickles (Japanese Tsukudani), by ROCKETS DESIGN WORKS

Package Design for Fish Pickles (Japanese Tsukudani), by ROCKETS DESIGN WORKS If you're looking for Japanese cultural trends or traditions, here is how to do one.

Japanese packaging for soy sauce bottle

“ Kishibori Shoyu is made from good quality whole soybeans, wheat and sea salt. At Takesan Company steamed soybeans, toasted wheat, salt and mineral water.

Japanese packaging: ふな寿司 – Masahiro Minami Design

Funazushi (Masahiro Minami, a package design of “Funazushi” which is a traditional food in Shiga prefecture of Japan. The packaging looks like fish net and scales, and the handle is shaped like a fin.

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