Tenugui, Japanese traditional towel / Cotton Cloth - Ukiyoe, Oedo Nihonbashi
Ukiyoe hand towel series "Oedo Nihonbashi" single item. Ukiyoe is a uniquely Japanese art form that flourished in the Edo period. The various patterns of Ukiyo-e. The bold composition and colors are popular even in foreign countries.
It can be used as a handkerchief, kitchen tools such as dishcloths and chic table mats, as well as for wrapping It can also be used as a wrapping for lunch boxes and small gifts. It can also be used as a tapestry or noren *Japanese curtain. It can also be used as a room interior decoration.
You would feel a little bit different from the usual daily life, and have a feeling that something good will happen today. [Occasions for use] Wipe your hands and sweat Dust remover for home appliances such as PCs. For bath use. For wiping hands in the kitchen or bathroom Bandanas and hair wraps Eco-bags, lunch box wrappers Gift wrapping Wrapping wine and sake bottles Table mats Tissue box wrapping Decorate the wall as a tapestry. The part where the stick goes through can be sewn or pinned to make a curtain!
Pattern Oedo Nihonbashi ■Size Approx. 39.4"× 13.8" (100cm×35cm) ■Material 100% cotton Made in Japan
*Please note that the color of the product can look slightly different depending on the environment such as the computer screen.