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Each tsuzura box shown here was constructed using 4 sheets of 5 7/8 inch (15 cm) square paper -- 2 sheets for the lid and 2 for the base. Double-sided paper works best. Tsuzura are easy and quick to make, yet quite sturdy and so cute! Fill them with candies for party favors which will intrigue your guests.
 
These neat little cubes take their name from wicker boxes traditionally used in Japan for storing kimono and accessories. First made by craftsmen in Kanda, Tokyo, early in the Genroku era (1688 - 1704), wicker tsuzura let air through but kept moths away.

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