Japanese tenugui towel with kanoko pattern in 100% cotton
Thanks to its great versatility, the tenugui has found a place of choice in Japanese daily life. In the kitchen, it's used to wipe hands or dry dishes. Outdoors, we use it to wipe sweat from our foreheads, carry our belongings or accessorize our outfits. At home, you can use this tenugui as a napkin or decorative element. The kanoko pattern is a traditional Japanese motif inspired by the spots on the backs of fawns.
Note: tenugui is a strip of fine cotton fabric, generally measuring 35 by 90 cm. It has no folds or hems, so it dries quickly. If the edges of your tenugui start to fray, cut any protruding threads with a pair of scissors.