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Arimatsu Shibori Tenugui | Doughnut

"Shibori" is a pattern created by tying a fabric with threads in dye (
Wikipedia ). This tenugui is handmade with "Arimatsu Shibori" technique in Aichi Prefecture.

Notice 1: Every tenugui is folded in a plastic bag for shipping.

Notice 2: Based on your request, we have a less expensive shipping way for just one piece of tenugui shipping. See more to select this shipping option. (Unless we receive your special request, we will ship out via EMS.)

Notice 3: If you are looking for an approximately 100 cm long Kendo Men tenugui, please check the dimensions listed below. Most of our tenugui are 90+ cm long. 90cm 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.

The teugui brochure HERE (4.8MB PDF) shows you our demos dressing up a room with tenugui.

1,550 YEN
Arimatsu Shibori Tenugui | Doughnut

Number of Stock: 1 in stock

Product description
DimensionsApproximately 33cm X 90cm (13" X 35 1/2")
Content100% Cotton
OriginAichi Prefecture,Japan
DyeingShibori dyed
CareDry in shade. Don't bleach. Don't leave in water long time, or colors may fall. Wash with like colors.
NoticeBoth of the edges of shorter sides are not hemmed (have frayed edges). However, the fraying will end after several times washing.
OPTIONAL ACCESSORY - Tenugui displaying rods sold separately HERE. These rods are only for vertical design tenugui. This is our suggestion for dressing up your room with a tenugui. Thank you for your attention!
  • Custom order noren / We make your original shop noren.
  • Custom order tenugui / We make your original Kendo tenugui.
  • Custom order furoshiki / We make your design furoshiki.


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