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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. 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.68 – Tenugui @ Starbucks?!

Friday, June 18th, 2010
Simon-sam wears his tenugui @ his work!

Simon-san wears his tenugui @ his work!

Tenugui @ Starbucks!!!! Simon is from NY and he works at Starbucks. One day he was chatting with his co-worker on Japanese festivities, and somehow Tenugui came up during their conversation.

Several days later, he went down to St. Marks place ( @ East Village, is located east downtown in Manhattan, and there are a number of Japanese restaurants there!) for Udon (Japanee noodle)?and Yakitori (Japanese BBQ), and saw some of the kitchen staff wearing tenugui as their chef hats.
So, Simon asked them about their tenugui and then he visited a web-site called Chopsticks NY. Chopsticks NY is a free?magazine and ?web-site, introducing Japanese culture, restaurants, shops, and much more information in greater New York.

So,?Simon found our site through chopsticksNY, and now~~~ Ladies and Gentleman!!!!
Welcome to Japanese Tenugui Fan Club! He loves tenugui now!

Simon-san, you look so handsome with your Wood tenugui, and the color is perfectly matching @ your work. Great Pick!!!! Thank you very much for sharing your tenugui story with us.

I always love to hear Tenugui story from all over the world.
How about your tenugui story?????

Thumbs Up

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From: Ruri