In this charming FUROSHIKI the pattern is centered around foods. Here, the square piece of organic cotton is printed with bright red tomatoes on a navy background.
Wrap your lunch box with it (as shown in the 2nd photo), keep it in your bag as a hand towel, or wear it as a scarf.
The edges are hemmed, unlike the TENUGUI, which is traditionally unfinished.
The size is 50 x 50 cm (approx. 20 x 20 in.).
KAMAWANU is specialized in the making of TENUGUI, a hand-dyed rectangular cloth traditionally used in Japan as functional everyday housewares/garments. The TENUGUI is created using the "CHUSEN" hand-dyeing technique, which dates back to the Meiji Period over 100 years ago and is still used by today's craftspeople who value its refined textures and visual qualities. Since its establishment in 1987, KAMAWANU has developed more than 500 different TENUGUI patterns, thus bringing new life to the "CHUSEN" hand-dyeing tradition, including the training of apprentice "CHUSEN" craftspeople.