Logs Tenugui




The Japanese word tenugui derives from te (hand) and nugui (wipe), with a tradition of use dating back to the 8th century. (Some things cannot be improved upon.)

Simple lengths of  hand-printed cotton measuring about 15” x 40”, tenuguis have always been common in Japanese homes because of their multiplicity of uses: drying dishes, setting the table, bandaging, warming a neck, gift-wrapping or an improvised Easter egg housing — you get the idea.

Read our post Art of Tenugui.

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