The Shida Gusoku is considered auspicious armor because Ieyasu wore it during the Battle of Sekigahara and carried it with him to the Battle of Osaka, where he was victorious. The design is characterized by the Daikoku hooded helmet on the front stand of the Dabutsu.
*This is a program logo licensed product of the historical drama " What Will You Do, Ieyasu?"
Our Tenugui towel are dyed by hand by craftsmen using a dyeing technique called CHUSEN.
＞ HOW TENUGUI ARE MADE
Item No : 00983049
Size for USA : Approximately 13 inch. wide and 35 inch. long
Size for World : Approximately 33cm. wide and 90cm. long
Material : 100% Cotton
Made in Japan
- Colors: Images 1 and 2 are closer in color to the actual product.
- Colors of the actual product may vary depending on the settings on your screen
- Slight differences in color are inherent to the nature of the raw materials and dyeing technique used to make the tenugui
- The odor of the dyes sometimes remains, but it will get more faint as you use the product. For more information, please check here.
Also, other additional fees may apply, depending on the country. Please note that we assume no responsibility for such fees.