Tenugui, a traditional hand towel, historically used for centuries. This one-of-a-kind sustainable design is made from timelss and rare tenugui and kimono fabric. The material is soft, highly absorbent, easy to dry and light.
Dyed with Bengala clay, this Retro tenugui pants time slips us to the old days of Japan.
The history of tenugui began in the Heian era (794-) and was adopted by many people as a part of Japanese fashion. When Chusen dyeing was established in the Meiji era, the designs became more varied. In the Showa era, it was widely used as a promotional item and souvenir.