Setsubun Festival – KAMAWANU - Japanese Tenugui Towel


Setsubun Festival
Setsubun Festival
Setsubun Festival

Setsubun Festival

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Setsubun means the turning of the seasons and is a traditional Japanese event that occurs around February 3. On this Setsubun day, many households hold a bean-throwing ceremony. Beans are roasted and scattered around the room while shouting "Oni wa soto, Fuku wa uchi" (Demons out, fortune in)! It is believed that by doing this bean-throwing, evil spirits and misfortunes will be banished and the year will be spend in good health and serenity.

Our Tenugui towel are dyed by hand by craftsmen using a dyeing technique called CHUSEN.

Item No :06067493

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: 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.
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