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Ruri Kippenbrock

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Tenugui mumbling Vol.113 – Nian Nian You Yu!

Sunday, February 10th, 2013
Wishing you Nian Nian You Yu with Tenugui!

Wishing you Nian Nian You Yu with Tenugui!

Happy Chinese New Year, Tenugui Fans!

Nian Nian You Yu 年年有余 is the word for greeting Chinese New Year.
Nian Nian 年年 means every year, and You Yu 有余 is prosperity, and also same pronunciation Have Fish 有魚! That is why, using fish motif for the New Year Celebration!

Not only in China,? and also Tai-fish (Red Snapper) is a symbol of celebration in Japan. Kin-me-dai 金目鯛 is a Rea Snapper, and the pronunciation is same like Me-de-tai めでたい Congratulation in Japanese!

Wishing you Nian Nian You Yu with Tenugui!

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From: Ruri

Tenugui mumbling Vol.75 – Congratulations! Wedding Tenugui

Thursday, September 2nd, 2010
Japanese Traditional Colors - 39 tenugui sample colors

Japanese Traditional Colors - 39 tenugui sample colors

Great news to Tenugui Fans!

We just started our new personalized Tenugui service. You can choose tenugui design on our site, and we can print them in your favorite colors from 100pcs of order.? You may also add your special date, a short message, or even your own Logo on it.? It make perfect gift for wedding, new born baby, Christmas, Birthday, Family Union, Anniversary, Retirement gift, or even corporate gift, and any occasion that’s worth celebrating!
We?recommend to use simple design like our Komon Tenugui or any others, and you can pick your own colors. We’ll print as much as close to your favorite color in Japanese Traditional Tenugui colors.
If you are interested in making your personalized tenugui, or have any questions, please send us e-mail at;

Conglaturations! Wedding Tenugui~~~

Congratulations! Wedding Tenugui~~~

The photo above is our KIKU TENUGUI, printed in Japanese Traditional Red for a new married couple, and printed their wedding date on the corner of Tenugui. Red and Pure White are Japanese traditional wedding colors, and also use this color for many ceremonies. They put their “Thank You” note in each of Tenugui, and wrapped with a cute stickers that their name on it. Sharing special day with your own Tenugui… It’s just so beautiful!


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From: Ruri