|0. MAIKO KYOTO (TEN-01) $28.00
Maiko is a young apprentice Geisha. "Mai 舞" means "dance" and "ko 子" means "child". They strictly keep Japanese tradition and perform their customary art even today. This beautiful maiko tenugui comes especially from Kyoto entertain your day. This tenugui uses chusen method hand-dye.
|01. WEEPING WILLOW KYOTO (TEN-06) $28.00
The lattice window is an ancient and traditional wooden window frame still found throughout Kyoto. Dating back to 795 AD, this architecture (called Machi-ya in Japanese) is still used in shops, restaurant, and houses. This tenugui its view of blue sky and a weeping willow peeking through the lattice, brings a nostalgic feeling of bracing summer. This tenugui specially designed and made in Kyoto and uses chusen method hand-dye.
|05. TO-JI (East Temple) - PAGOTA KYOTO (TEN-04) $28.00
To-ji (east temple) was founded in 794 when the Japanese capital moved to Kyoto, and was thus one of the earliest Buddhist temples. It is five-tiered pagoda and is 187 feet tall, making it the highest wooden tower in Japan. This tenugui specially designed for To-ji (East Temple) and made in Kyoto uses chusen method hand-dye.
|BOO (blue) (TEN-15) $20.00
Funky tenugui have arrived from Kyoto. Octopus? Alien? Funny creatures are swinging on the Tenugui land. One of kind unique design tenugui, they are crying or smiling??? Let's find it out!