Try KAMAWANU’s multi-purpose FUROSHIKI and TENUGUI! Usages of TENUGUI: handkerchief, napkin, bandana, dish cloth, wrapping cloth, etc. You can choose your favorite ones from an array of classic and modern patterns.

Founded in 1990, KAMAWANU is based in Tokyo, Japan. KAMAWANU is known for making TENUGUI cloths. Traditionally, TENUGUI is made from hand-dyed cotton and has many usages such as handkerchief, bandana, dish cloth and wrapping cloth. Unlike common TENUGUI, KAMAWANU uses the CHU-SEN method, a special technique where the dye absorbed into the fabric so you can see the patterns on both sides. Distributor: IFJ Tradings (www.ifj-tradings.jp)


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    • 26/02/2021 Our sponsorship of 17th international Architecture Exhibition
      We’re delighted to announce that we will be one of sponsors of the Japan Pavilion of the 17th International Architecture Exhibition-La Biennale di Venezia. Our TENUGUI will be distributed at the exhibition, gratefully born by the relationship of being the sponsor company. It was designed by Rikako Nagashima and represents the concept of exhibition, “Co-Ownership of Action: Trajectories of Elements


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