Tenugui for Kendo training - Maru (Circle) 円相
A simple design tenugui suitable for Kendo practice. This is 100 cm long and good for a Kendo Men headscarf. Black color "Maru" (meaning circle) calligraphy writing on a pure white fabric. Nipponcraft's original design for overseas Kendo kenshi.
Notice 1: Every tenugui is folded in a plastic bag for shipping.
Notice 2: Based on your request, we will use a less expensive shipping method for single tenugui shipping. See more to select this shipping option. (Unless we receive your special request, we will ship out via EMS.)
Notice 3: About Kendo tenugui - if you are looking for an approximately 100 cm long Kendo Men (headscarf) tenugui, please check the dimensions listed below. Most of our tenugui are 90 cm long. 90 cm length tenugui would be still good for kids and ladies, but 100 cm length may be more suitable for adult men. All of our tenugui are created by "Chu-sen" dye (not pigment printing) method and they remove sweats very well, even if the design looks decorative.
- 650 YEN
- Tenugui for Kendo training - Maru (Circle) 円相
Number of Stock: 15 in stock
|Dimensions||Approx. 33cm X 100cm (13" X 39 3/8")|
|Origin||Utsunomiya, Tochigi Prefecture|
|Care||Please dry in shade, don't bleach, wash with like colors, don't leave in water for a long time, or colors may fall.|
|Notice||Both of the edges of shorter sides are not hemmed (have frayed edges). However, the fraying will end after several times washing.|
About Miya-zome tenugui
"Miya-zome" is a brand name of tenugui produced in Utsunomiya City. "Miya" is taken from the last syllable of Utsunomiya (the capital city of Tochigi Prefecture), and "zome" means dyeing.
We deal Miya-zome tenugui from a family owned production facility established in 1905. Since that time, the tradition has been taken over by the family and stubborn artisans. The facility won an award for the excellent dyeing technique from the prefecture.
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