Kenema - Kisho tsuru musubi (The dyed Tenugui)- Japanese traditional Tenugui
Kenema - Kisho tsuru musubi (The dyed Tenugui)
Japanese traditional Tenugui
Japanese Tradition Cotton Towel (The dyed Tenugui)
Tenugui is a Japanese traditional cotton towel.
Tenugui can be used for so many different way you can think of.
As Towel, and Handkerchief,
Bandanna, to those who do Kendo
etc, or you can think of anything.
It is very easy to get dry.
These Tenugui is not sewn at the top & bottom,
so a few weft thread may come apart while in use.
Due to dyed products, it may lose some color at first time you wash
(Please wash it gently and separately from other white clothing,
they have a chance the white clothing may get the color from Tenugui.)
Please do not use bleach.
Size (Approximately Size)
36 x 90 cm
(14.173" X 35.433" inch)
(Approximately Weight for one Tenugui only)
(Weight of packing materials and package are not included)
40g (1.41 oz)
Refer to our Pictures
(The color of the actual Furoshiki may be slightly different from the images on our pictures.)
Country of Origin
Made in Japan
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