A type of thin Japanese cotton textile, tenugui towels are traditionally given as gifts and can be used for everything from wrapping gifts to drying dishes. This beautiful white-and-blue print is dyed with shibori, an ancient Japanese indigo dye technique. The Mameshibori style (literally translating to “bean squeeze”) features lines of little “beans” that symbolize an uninterrupted line of descendants, carrying the hope that one's descendants will continue for generations.
Tenugui edges are purposely seamless for better hygiene and quick drying. After a few washes, you may find that the cloth has frayed. Use a pair of scissors to trim the loose threads. The more you use the cloth, the more the edges will stop fraying due to the tightening of the the fabric.
|330 x 900 mm / 13.0 x 35.0 Inches
|10 / Pack
|Hand wash cold like colors. Do not bleach