Christmas Special Tenugui Towels
Christmas patterns are now available for tenugui dyed with "Chusen," a traditional Japanese dyeing technique!
There is a pattern inspired by Japanese Christmas and an all-over pattern that is easy to use as a cutlery case.
Tenugui can be used as napkins or as sustainable wrapping for wine. Please check them out!
Poinsettia, a typical Christmas plant, is arranged in a checkerboard pattern. It has the feel of wrapping paper, so we recommend using it as eco-friendly wrapping for gifts.
A large sock awaits Santa's gift and prepares for it. The bold yet warm wintery colors are easy to incorporate into your interior design. Note the snowman peeking out from his little face.
Christmas in Japan
Fuji, a famous landmark in Japan, and Santa Claus are beautifully matched in this pattern. If you look closely, you can see that the reindeer's nose is bright red, just like in the nursery song.
Trees and animals in a winter forest are depicted with a cutout touch. With its warm colors, this piece can be displayed long into the winter months. 9 squirrels are hidden in this piece, so look for them as if you were in a storybook. The design also looks cute wrapped around a box of tissues.
The stars are drawn with fine grains like Edo komon. This piece is easy to use not only for carrying around, but also for laying or wrapping, and shows off a gorgeous yellow color.