Japanese tenugui : Ume

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Japanese Tenugui (wash cloth) pattern

Japanese Tenugui (wash cloth) pattern of blue, orange and yellow balls. Happy to have this pattern on any wash cloth or dish towel.

Koi Pond in the Snow Tenugui Japanese Fabric w/Free Shipping on Etsy, $31.00

Koi Pond in the Snow Tenugui Carp Motif Japanese Fabric w/Free Insured Shipping

Cat tenugui, "nice!"A Tenugui (手拭い) is a thin Japanese hand towel made of cotton.

Jap 風鈴, Fu: "wind" rin "bell") - a traditional Japanese bell, made of metal or glass (sometimes also used ceramic or bamboo), with attachments to the tongue piece of paper on which is sometimes portrayed poetic text.

Cat Dance Tenugui Japanese Fabric w/Free by kyotocollection, $31.00 Looks Like my cat

Asian Art Cat Fabric Cat Dance Motif Tenugui Japanese Cotton Fabric w/Free Insured Shipping

Another very doable idea for the living room. I don't mean the cats but the branches...

Another very doable idea for the living room. I don't mean the cats but the branches.

Japanese fire-fighting team name in Edo era motif Tenugui.   Scattered here are the 48 names of the Edo fire-fighting teams.  Chusen (注染) dyeing tenugui which is reversible (the same patterns appear both on front and reverse sides).  Made in Japan.  Cotton 100%  http://kimokame.com/shop/

Japanese fire-fighting team name in Edo era motif Tenugui. Scattered here are the 48 names of the Edo fire-fighting teams. Chusen (注染) dyeing tenugui which is reversible (the same patterns appear both on front and reverse sides).

Fish names in Kanji (or Chinese character) motif Tenugui. Scattered here are 84 names of fish in Knaji, such as tuna, abalone, flounder, trout, salmon, shark, octopus, squid and so on. Chusen (注染) dyeing tenugui which is reversible (the same patterns appear both on front and reverse sides).  Made in Japan.  Cotton 100%  http://kimokame.com/shop/

Fish names in Kanji (or Chinese character) motif Tenugui. Scattered here are 84 names of fish in Knaji, such as tuna, abalone, flounder, trout, salmon, shark, octopus, squid and so on. Chusen (注染) dyeing tenugui which is reversible (the same patterns appear both on front and reverse sides). Made in Japan. Cotton 100% http://kimokame.com/shop/

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