Japanese traditional cloth tenugui is beautiful and useful.
Can also serve as decorative fabric or gift wrap.
This tenugui represents a Maiko (apprentice Geisha) Gion in Kyoto.
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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 in washing your TENUGUI, it will slow down the pace of colors fading away,
and the cloth will soften. Then it will become TENUGUI with a special texture and appearance to suit your taste.