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Tenugui Mumbling Vol. 157 – SUMO STEW 8 @ The Brooklyn Brewery

Thursday, July 21st, 2016
Sumo Stew * with Miss Sake USA!!!!

Sumo Stew * with Miss Sake USA!!!!

Two cool guys from Brooklyn has started this very special Sumo event since May last year,  I have been joining this COOL Sumo Stew event, and this time was Vol. 08!!!!!

Here is an article about Sumo Stew by Michael Harlan Turkell on Huffinton Post :-)
So honored to be a part of this amazing event always!!!

Sumo Stew – How a Bowl of Soup Brought Together a Japanese Community in Brooklyn

http://huff.to/29z3yYSN

Next one will be coming in September, stay tuned!!!!

- to be continued….

Woohoo

From Ruri

Tenugui Mumbling Vol. 148 – wuhao Mame Shibori

Wednesday, September 9th, 2015
wuhao mame-shibori new colors just debut!

wuhao mame-shibori new colors just debut!

Feeling like Autumn?
wuhao Mame-shibori Fall Colors version just arrived. Mauve and Mustard what a beautiful Fall color combination!

Well…. I am so sorry, but  these are not for sale, only you can get at  the events, or campaign.
But no worry, here is how to get your Mame-shibori tenugui!

The Japan Block Fair on September 12 (sat)

The Japan Block Fair on September 12 (sat)

The Japan Block Fair is coming this Saturday (9/12). You can get a wuhao Mame-shibori tenugui at the event.
Purchase more than $50, you will get a free wuhao Tenugui! Please don’t miss this special opportunity to get your Tenugui. Hope to see you there!

The Japan Block Fair 9/12 (Sat) 10am to 6pm
Place:   6th Avenue between Bleeker street and Houston street

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Blow kiss

From Ruri

Tenugui Mumbling Vol.145 – Stirling Sake @ Greenport

Wednesday, August 12th, 2015
Beautiful entrance!

Beautiful entrance!

Congratulation Stirling Sake (477 Main Street, Greenport, NY)!!!! Their Grand opening is on the way!

Special hand crafted Bar counter by Spanish artist :-)

Special hand crafted Bar counter by Spanish artist :-)

You can enjoy amazing Sake tasting at the hand crafted Bar at Stirling Sake :-)

Catch of the day!

Catch of the day!

And!!!! Beautiful Sushi Bar there :-)
Oh… I can’t wait to visit again at Stirling Sake!
By the way, we made their beautiful Noren too! Hand dyed in Tomoe Senko in Iwate :-)
Thank you so much for Stirling Sake and Tomoe Senko, let me made this special Noren.

Stirling Sake
477 Main Street, Greenport Suffolk, NY 11944
(Phone) 631 477 6782

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Woohoo

From Ruri

Tenugui mumbling Vol. 136 – Enjoy Tenugui with The Five Senses

Sunday, November 30th, 2014

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“Enjoy Tenugui with the Five Senses” , new Tenugui Event is coming this Thursday!  This special event is a collaboration with wine importer and the restaurant Tokyo Tapas Café in West Village in New York.

I would like to introducing you Tenugui through The Five Senses. Let’s Sneak Peek, how we use our Five Senses, and enjoy Tenugui.

Sight:
Enjoy “The Five Elements” – tenugui installation and learn tenugui design, colors and history.

Hearing:
Try TENUGUI EXERCISE, simple stretch with a live piano performance.
Release tension, and relax your mind and body.

Touch:
Learn Tenugui gift wrapping, and also, discover many different ways of using tenugui.

Taste:
Experience Japanese low calorie potato called Konnyaku.
Enjoy five different Konnyaku tapas and a dessert.

Smell:
Enjoy amazing aroma with two different kinds of wine, that specially selected for the event,
and paired with Konnyaku Tapas.

How are these all sounds for you, Tenugui fans?
DATE:  12/4 (Thu)  6:45pm Open  start from 7 to 8:30 pm
Venue: Tokyo Tapas Café (7 Cornelia Street / W 4 th street, NYC)
Cover charge $40 including Foods and Drink, and receive a free Tenugui  (30-guests only)

Reservation by phone or email to;
(Phone) 212 242 6333  Tokyo Tapas Café
(Email)   tokyotapascafenyc@gmail.com

Hope to see you there!

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Roll

From: Ruri

Tenugui mumbling Vol.105 – FULL MOON TENUGUI NIGHTS

Sunday, August 19th, 2012

We will attend new event “FULL MOON TENUGUI NIGHTS” at Umi-no-ie (86 E 3rd Street, NYC | Phone 646.654.1122) on 8/29 and 8/30. Umi-no-ie presents pairing Azuki dishes and Ama-zake Koji Shochu Cocktail, focus on the healthy diets, and I will show you mini Tenugui Yoga session and lectures on the Full Moon Night!
Tokyo Circus Ringmaster Yoshi will attend the event, and show you How to wear Tenugui Fundoshi also.

Please come and enjoy Full Moon nights with us at Umi-no-ie!

Date:?? 8/29 and 8/30? from 7 – 9:30pm
Place:? Umi-no-ie? (86 E 3rd ST, NYC between 1st and 2nd Ave)
Phone: 646.654.1122
Price:?? USD 40 (You will receive a compliment wuhaonyc Original Kiyoshi Yamashita Tenugui!)

Please call Umi-no-ie to reserve your sheet right now!!!!
Hope to see you all there!!!!!!

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Tenugui mumbling Vol. 95 – Tenugui Magic Vol.05 How to use Tenugui by Sommelier Style

Monday, June 20th, 2011

Tenugui Magic Vol.05 – How to use TENUGUI by Sommelier Style from Ruri Kippenbrock (wuhaonyc) on Vimeo.

I visited Yasu-san at 15 EAST (15 E. 15th street, NYC) Japanese Restaurant the other day. Yasu-san always supports me and Tenugui since I started my own company in 2007.

After his long career in his food service business in New York, he went to Los Angeles and expolered new location?a few years. And now he came back to New York, and challenging his new carrea in 15 EAST. His excellent service is always touched my heart very deeply. I’ll definately go anyplace he’ll be for my very special day!

He shows me “How to use Tenugui by Sommelier Style” on this movie. Tenugui is a perfect cloth to dry and shine luxury glassware. Yasu-san said; Tenugui is a very simple and great cloth to wipe a glass, because you don’t need to wipe it twice. Tenugui absorbs all moisture, and fine fibers don’t stick on the glass. Usually, he have to use two different kitchen cloths to wipe a glass, one for dry and one for shine, but not with Tenugui!

Thank you Yasu-san for sharing this great technique with us, and thank you very much for your support of Tenugui and me always!!!!

? Drinking Red Wine

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From: Ruri

Tenugui mumbling Vol.72 – The Japan Town

Sunday, July 11th, 2010
Cool Japan Festival (the Japan Town) will come to East Village on July 17(sat)!

Cool Japan Festival will come to East Village on 7/17(sat)!

?It’s summer~, many street festival will come to town! We’ll attend the Japan Town, the Japanese street festival organized by AZIX Inc this coming Saturday. the Japan Town is a series of three festivals celbrating all things Japanese from July to September.

The first festival “COOL JAPAN FESTIVAL” will held in the heart of East Village (4th avenue between 8th to 10th street) on July 17th (Saturday). We have variety of Japanese food, goods, activities and more! Please come and enjoy little Japan Town with us!

Please make a note for the upcoming the Japan Town festival on your dairy!

“Healthy Food & Green Festival” @ Madison Avenue (between 43rd to 45th street) on August 22nd (Sunday).
“Soul Food Festival” @ Lexington Avenue (between 93rd to 96th street) on September 26th (Sunday).

Check more details at their official site; http://www.nyjapantown.org

Looking forward to see you there!!!!

Hello

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From: Ruri

Tenugui mumbling Vol.48 – Ramen and Tenugui

Friday, November 13th, 2009
Looking at Manhattan from New Jersey

Looking at Manhattan from New Jersey

I visited Mitsuwa Market, New Jersey?the other day. I’m asking myself?when was the last time I got out of Manhattan? It’s been a while, maybe more than 3-months ago? I think that Manhattan is a very strange place. Many people who live in Manhattan, they don’t get out of this tiny island often, because it has everything and every country here…

Santoka Ramen, ikura-don, nitamago and my favorite A-hum Tenugui

Santoka Ramen, ikura-don, nitamago and my favorite A-hum Tenugui

Mitsuwa Market is a HUGE Japanese market (more like a mall), and they have many Japanese restaurants in their food court. I had a ramen and Ikura-don (fish egg bowl), and nitama-do (Special boiled egg with soy flavor) in Santoka. I was reading Japanese newspaper NY Japion, and having my ramen lunch set… ummmm….
I forgot where am I a moment.

I always take my Tenugui when I go out. Tenugui is a very handy tool in many ways, especially having soupy noodles. You don’t have to worry about your mess, if you have a Tenugui! Don’t forget to take your tenugui, when you go to have a bowl of Ramen tonight!!!

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From: Ruri