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草履あさぶら

草履あさぶら

"Tenugui, a hand dyed cotton cloth has always been an essential tool for the Japanese. Not only was it used as a wiping tool such as a towel or a handkerchief, it was also used as a bandage or a headwear in the old days. To dry quicker in such a humid country like Japan, and for multipurpose use, the ends are unfinished so it will fray after first few washes."

Tenugui: Japanese Traditional Cloth

Tenugui : Japanese Traditional Cloth - There's a special kind of charm about traditional Japanese art

This fabric would be great in the apt-- maybe as a table cloth or curtains or over an end table, really anywhere

This fabric would be great in the apt-- maybe as a table cloth or curtains or over an end table, really ideas interior design design

Tissu japonais

Tissu japonais

Mountain Blossom furoshiki. Japanese eco wrapping textile/scarf, handmade in Japan

Japanese eco wrapping textile/scarf, handmade in Japan by Leah Duncan, via the Wee Birdy GREAT.

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.

Carry History SriThreads Komebukuro 3. I'm with the editor I'd kill to own one of thee bags. BEAUTIFUL||ClothRoads

Carry History SriThreads Komebukuro bag - this type of bag was made to bring small portions of dried rice of beans to a local shrine or temple during its festival time. Most are between 6 and 12 inches on a side.

Flower wrapping #Furoshiki #Gift #Wrapping

Bright colors and pretty patterns can make a big difference when doing furoshiki or gift wrapping with cloth!

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