Hand-craftsman's Hand-Dyed Towel Sanada six mon Sen

[Product Details] → Other than cosmetics ■ Contents : (Quantity : 1 pieces, Color : 1 types) ■ Manufacturer name : KENSIN ■ Country of origin / region : Japan ■ Size : (width 34 x length 100 cm) ■ Material : Cotton 100% ■ Usage : It can be used in a wide range of ways such as as a souvenir or a present for daily use. [Product Notes] ■ * Maintenance Do not use detergent for the first time. Wash your hands with warm water (50-60 degrees Celsius) and the color will settle down. Because the hand towel is carefully dyed by craftsmen, some of the dark colors (black, dark brown, navy blue) may fade slightly at first. Avoid tumbler drying, and dry in the shade. Do not leave the product wet as it may stain when it is wet.
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◆ Hand dyed hand towel by Edo craftsmen It is a Tenugui made by a Japanese Edo craftsman who carved a mold and dyed 1 or 1 pieces by hand. The line's flexibility is created by craftsmen carving astringent paper molds. This item is made by hand one by one, so even if the pattern is the same, the texture and the color is slightly different. Many of the Tenugui hand towels on the market are print type, but they are made with attention to detail with deep colors and textures that are not found in them. ◆ The 2 pieces together make a complete Sanada 6 mon coin pattern. The "6 mon coin" consisting of 6 round coins is the family crest of the warlord Sanada, and its meaning is also said to be the money to pass the 3 river. It is a modern design even with 1 pieces, but it is a stylish design that becomes a complete 6 mon coin pattern when 2 people bring it. ◆ Tenugui Tenugui made by hand work of Edo craftsmen became popular as cotton became popular in the Edo period, and people admired it because of its stylish design. The traditional hand towel of Edo craftsmen starts from carving a Japanese paper mold. The pattern is carved one by one with Chisel, and the handwork creates a rich taste. Enjoy the change in texture and color of the fabric as you use it. ◆ Hand-dyed Tenugui made by Edo craftsmen This is a Tenugui made by a Japanese Edo craftsman who carved a mold and dyed 1 or 1 pieces by hand. The line's flexibility is created by craftsmen carving astringent paper molds. This item is made by hand one by one, so even if the pattern is the same, the texture and the color is slightly different. Many of the Tenugui hand towels on the market are print type, but they are made with attention to detail with deep colors and textures that are not found in them. ◆ A complete Sanada 6 mon coin pattern can be made by combining 2 pieces. The 6 mon coin, which consists of 6 round coins, is the family crest of the warlord Sanada, and its meaning is said to be the money to pass the 3 rivers. It is a modern design even with 1 pieces, but it is a stylish design that becomes a complete 6 mon coin pattern when 2 people bring it. Tenugui Tenugui is made by hand by Edo craftsmen. ◆ Hand-dyed Tenugui made by Edo craftsmen This is a Tenugui made by a Japanese Edo craftsman who carved a mold and dyed 1 or 1 pieces by hand. The line's flexibility is created by craftsmen carving astringent paper molds. This item is made by hand one by one, so even if the pattern is the same, the texture and the color is slightly different. Many of the Tenugui hand towels on the market are print type, but they are made with attention to detail with deep colors and textures that are not found in them. ◆ The 2 pieces together make a complete Sanada 6 mon coin pattern. The "6 mon coin" consisting of 6 round coins is the family crest of the warlord Sanada, and its meaning is also said to be the money to pass the 3 river. It is a modern design even with 1 pieces, but it is a stylish design that becomes a complete 6 mon coin pattern when 2 people bring it. ◆ Hand towel made by Edo craftsmen Tenugui became popular when cotton became popular in the Edo period, and people admired it because of its stylish design. The traditional hand towel of Edo craftsmen starts from carving a Japanese paper mold. The pattern is carved one by one with Chisel, and the handwork creates a rich taste. You can enjoy the change of texture and color of the fabric as you use it. ◆ Hand-dyed Tenugui made by Edo craftsmen This is a Tenugui made by a Japanese Edo craftsman who carved a mold and dyed 1 or 1 pieces by hand. The line's flexibility is created by craftsmen carving astringent paper molds. This item is made by hand one by one, so even if the pattern is the same, the texture and the color is slightly different. Many of the Tenugui hand towels on the market are print type, but they are made with attention to detail with deep colors and textures that are not found in them. ◆ The 2 pieces together make a complete Sanada 6 mon coin pattern. The "6 mon coin" consisting of 6 round coins is the family crest of the warlord Sanada, and its meaning is also said to be the money to pass the 3 river. It is a modern design even with 1 pieces, but it is a stylish design that becomes a complete 6 mon coin pattern when 2 people bring it. ◆ Tenugui Tenugui made by hand work of Edo craftsmen became popular as cotton became popular in the Edo period, and people admired it because of its stylish design. The traditional hand towel of Edo craftsmen starts from carving a Japanese paper mold. The pattern is carved one by one with Chisel, and the handwork creates a rich taste. You can enjoy the change of texture and color of the fabric as you use it. * Maintenance Do not use detergent for the first time. Wash your hands with warm water (50-60 degrees Celsius) and the color will settle down. The hand towel is carefully dyed by craftsmen, so there are dark colors (black, dark brown, navy blue). Some of the color may fade at first. Avoid tumbler drying, and dry in the shade. As there is a possibility that it will be transferred when it gets wet Do not leave the product wet.
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