This tenugui is a a Japanese decoration representing a Kyoto festival (O-bon) in August
Every year during one week in mid-August we celebrate the dead (O-bon), it is believed that the spirit of the deceased return to us.
In Kyoto the party always ends with night Okuribi. Symbols drawn on the mountains appear after having fired.
This is the motif of this tenugui where you can see a Maiko looking the kaniji called "Daimonji"
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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.