It is said that Ieyasu (then known as Matsudaira Motoyasu) tried to commit suicide at Taikiji Temple, where he had fled after his defeat in the Battle of Okehazama, and was admonished by the priest Tōyō Shonin.
The words are said to have been given by Priest Nobuho at the time he admonished Ieyasu (then Matsudaira Motoyasu) for attempting to commit suicide.
In the Warring States period (1467-1568), a "horse mark" was placed at the side of a general's horse or at the main camp to indicate the general's presence to his allies.
*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 : 00983053
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
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- 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
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