This fine napkin made of cotton and linen is printed by hand with a chrysanthemum flower representing serenity and longevity. It can be used for cooking, dishes, hands, but also as a packing cloth. In Japan, tenugui are also used to cover the head.
Kamawanu uses a dyeing technique called "chusen", dating from the Meiji period. This involves dyeing the fabrics with dyes that produce different shades of color depending on the weather, temperature or humidity. Each wash will soften your tenugui.
Wash by hand
Materials: 60% cotton 40% linen