Tenugui Haru no machiya

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If you have just one day in Kyoto you will surely get to see his old traditional wooden house called machiya.

This tenugui shows a typical view of Kyoto, cherry blossoms seen through the wood slats of a window.

Spring inspires many artists in Japan as seen also with the model haru no hanami or maiko maiko.

It is possible to hang vertically or horizontally.

Once you decorate this on your wall, you'll feel like a new window giving you access to Kyoto landscape.

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PRODUCT INFORMATION

  • Design: Cherry blossoms seen through the window of a traditional town house of Kyoto
  • Material: 100% cotton
  • Handmade in traditional way
  • Size: 91 cm x 36 cm

USING ADVICE

  • Decoration: To hang on the wall with the hook set tenugui or Frame.
  • Practical: to wrap gifts or instead of a bag
  • Use as towel
  • Fashion: the replacement head cap  

For Long-lasting Use of TENUGUI

  • Please do not use detergent or hot water.
  • Please do not wash with other items.
  • Please do not leave TENUGUI wet. (Please do not leave it too long in the water)
  • Avoid direct exposure to light

1. Wash by hand in a plenty of water.

2. Hung up after smoothing out the wrinkles

*please do not expose TENUGUI to direct sunlight.


If you follow these rules you can wash keep long beautiful colors

and the cloth will soften. Then it will become TENUGUI with a special texture and appearance to suit your taste.

MADE IN JAPAN

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Tenugui Haru no machiya

Tenugui Haru no machiya

If you have just one day in Kyoto you will surely get to see his old traditional wooden house called machiya.

This tenugui shows a typical view of Kyoto, cherry blossoms seen through the wood slats of a window.

Spring inspires many artists in Japan as seen also with the model haru no hanami or maiko maiko.

It is possible to hang vertically or horizontally.

Once you decorate this on your wall, you'll feel like a new window giving you access to Kyoto landscape.