Japanese curtain - Noren

A Japanese curtain - Noren - The word noren usually refers to split curtains hung in front of a shop. It was once used to keep out the sun and dust but now it has many other uses, such as space dividers or decorations.

Noren

A noren is a traditional divided curtain hung across the entrance of a shop or restaurant. During the Edo period, customers would wipe their hands on the curtain as they exited a restaurant, so a dirty noren was the sign of a popular business.

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[JP] Noren 暖簾 (のれん) - traditional Japanese fabric dividers, hung between rooms…

Japanese shop curtain, Noren 暖簾

curtained doorway to a shop in japan, Noren 暖簾 / assume they are selling corn

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Noren 暖簾 - Noren are traditional Japanese fabric dividers, hung between rooms, on walls, in doorways, or in windows.

Noren

Noren Japanese fabric dividers, hung between rooms, on walls, in doorways, or in…

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