SEVEN COLOR TENUGUI
A tenugui is a common household item in Japan. These versatile cloths can be used as anything from washcloths, headbands, or simply for decoration.
These humble cloths date back to the Heian era (794-1192AD). Worn for summer festivals, kendo practice, and even used as props for storytellers, tenugui are an important part of Japanese culture and history.
Measures approximately 13x35 in
hand wash cold / do not bleach