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Japanese tenugui towel fabric uncut Japanese traditional pattern “Kanoko” /Cotton 100% / Made in Japan


Tenugui is a traditional Japanese cotton fabric, and It was originally used as a hand towel.

You can use it as handkerchiefs, hand-wrapped as bandanas, wrapped around things, wrapped up things, made placemats, made into cloths, used as body towels, etc … With convenient usage that you can use immediately!

It is a piece of traditional Japanese pattern hand tenugui fabric.
With pigment printing, almost all the color goes through to the back.
The tenugui is highly absorbent and quick-drying, so it is perfect for the sweaty summer season.

[Pattern] Kanoko ”fawn”
It is named because it resembles the spots on the back of a fawn. Deer are also known as the “messenger of the god”, are auspicious animals, and have excellent vitality and fertility, so they are used as a symbol of “progeny of offspring.”
[Color] vermilion
[Material] 100% cotton
Width: 33cm
Length: you can order by 90cm.
If you purchase “2”, I will send you 180cm of uncut tenugui.

[made in Japan]

*Since it is dyed, the color may fade. We recommend single washing for the first wash.
*International Buyers – Please Note:*
We do not include Import duties, taxes, and charges in the item price or shipping cost. These charges are the buyer’s responsibility.
Please check with your country’s customs office to determine these additional costs before ordering