Tenugui – Monsters March by Kuniyoshi- cotton towel by Rumi Rock
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☆ Japanese tenugui (cotton towel) – Monsters March by Kuniyoshi – by Rumi Rock ☆
Monsters marching into the town by Kuniyoshi Utagawa.
The work is from 1843.
We also see many monsters today. Who may be behind this !?
Tenugui are traditional Japanese fine cotton towels that have unlimited use such as e.g. for drying one’s hands, tying around the neck to absorb sweat in summer or covering the kimono from spills when eating. Of course these are also great as a decoration or gift.
The design has been traditionally carved with a knife and dyed with chuusen dye sublimation method. A one of a kind item. All hand made. The finish varies for each item.
☆ DETAILS ☆
Made in: Japan
☆ SIZE ☆
– Total length: 100 cm / 39.3 in
– Width back: 37 cm / 14.5 in
*Don’t keep too long in the water – the dye might bleed. Don’t wash with white items. Cold hand wash or with similar colors recommended.
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+ Ships via air mail / approx. 1 week to anywhere in the world.
+ I always try to ensure photographing and describing the items as exact as possible. I may overlook something by mistake, however I can’t be held responsible if the color varies slightly depending on your monitor settings.
+ For details of sizing, maintenance and shipping, please check our Q&A section.
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