• Spring Design Tenugui Towels

    Why don't you feel the gentle transition of the warm season, from the greetings of early spring to the peach festival and the blooming of cherry blossoms, by using tenugui  towels?

  • The Making of Oishii Furoshiki

    Kamawanu's small furoshiki series "Oishii Furoshiki" debuted over 10 years ago this year!

    This is a report on a tour of a factory that produces furoshiki cloth, which is dyed by a technique called "te-nassen" (hand dyeing).
  • Kamawanu Tenugui Towels Ranking 2023

    December has come early, the end of the year.
    Looking back on the past year, we would like to announce the "Kamawanu Tenugui Towel Popularity Ranking 2023"!

  • Tenugui Towel Trivia The Meaning and Origin of the Patterns

    Did you know that each of the classical and auspicious patterns used in tenugui towel designs has its own meaning?

    This time, we would like to introduce the patterns that mean "good luck" from Kamawanu's designs.

  • How to use tenugui towels : Here's What You'll Find On Kamawanu's 2023 Holiday Collection

    In our country, Japan, there is the word "Omotenashi".
    In this column, we will explore methods of hospitality for holiday parties using hand towels, blending traditional Japanese values with a modern touch.
  • Holiday Season Recommendations:Cocktail Napkins & Table Runner

    This is a set of five value-priced cocktail napkins that will brighten up any party.
  • How to use tenugui towels : 3ways to a style tenugui bandana

    We would like to introduce an easy way to wrap and wear a tenugui that can be easily adapted to your everyday styling.
  • Season Special : Autumn Design Tenugui Towels and Furoshiki

    The dusk is gradually falling earlier and earlier, and the sounds of autumn insects are beginning to be heard.
    Although the lingering summer heat continues, we hope you will enjoy the brief autumn scenery with brightly colored autumn tenugui to accent your dining table, rooms, and other surroundings.
  • Arimatsu Shibori Tenugui Towel

     In Japan, there are traditional dyeing techniques such as Chusen (hand-dyeing), Indigo dyeing, and Yuzen dyeing. 

    The tenugui towels we would like to introduce to you are dyed using a technique called "Arimatsu-shibori.

  • How to use tenugui towels : Let's go out with tenugui towels!

    Do you like to travel?

    If you like to travel, we would like to recommend tenugui towels to you! Many of you may be planning to go away for the first time in a while. In this issue, we would like to introduce some useful ways to use tenugui towels on your trip.
  • Product Special : " What Will You Do, Ieyasu?" Logo Licensed Products

    This is a licensed product of the historical drama " What Will You Do, Ieyasu?" broadcasted on Japanese public broadcasting station.

  • The ABCs of Tenugui Towel : How to Fold

    How do you fold your tenugui towels?

    It seems that everyone has their own "special way" of folding tenugui, depending on how they use it or what they have in their bags, etc.

    We would like to introduce "how to fold" according to the usage.