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Now almost countries shipped by express because recently cannot use Japan Post.
Japanese Tenugui Cotton Fabric Wrapping Cloth Hand Towel Keisuke Serizawa Artwork
Material : Cotton 100%
Size : 36cm × 90cm
Color : White , Nany Blue , White
Made in Kyoto, JAPAN
A Tenugui is a thin Japanese hand towel made of cotton. Tenugui has been a part of Japanese daily life for a long time . It can be used for anything - as a washcloth, dishcloth, headband, souvenir, decoration, or for wrapping items such as bottles. Most of Tenugui's edge are not sewed, because the Tenugui will dry out quicker and it helps to keep the Tenugui clean.
Keisuke Serizawa is a Japanese dyeing craftsman.
Based on the techniques of traditional crafts such as Edo Komon and Ise Japanese paper, he has created original Japanese-style works.
He developed the technique of stencil dyeing, completed his own style "stencil dyeing", it has been certified as an important intangible cultural heritage.
He is highly regarded as a representative Japanese craftsman in the world.
Iroha song's lyrics are written on the furoshiki.
Waterfall (Navy Blue) :
The waterfall of Nachi in Wakayama, which has been believed as a sacred place since ancient times.
Cloth characters (White):
The meaning of characters are "thread" in Japanese.
In our store, there are many patterns you can choose, if you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.
※ The color may differ from the actual one depending on the coloration condition of the monitor.
※ Now because of the COVID-19, the Japan Post has stopped the shipping to almost 125 countries.
Except America, England, France, Korea, Hong Kong etc.
If the product cannot use the Japan Post, we will delay the shipping and send message to you.
Thanks for your understanding.
Hope we will cross this hard time and all well.