Inspired by images of fully grown gourds in late summer time in Japan, this gourds pattern printed tenugui(traditional Japanese cotton towel) is made in Osaka by a textile company Takeno Senko.
Their brand Hirali was created by the traditional Japanese colour culture of "the colour of overlapping" based on double-sided dyeing technology by roll printing. Staining the front and back with different colours with the motif of the Japanese seasonal language, you can enjoy the colour that has not been found in traditional washcloths. The cotton material is highly absorbent and has a nice texture, and it becomes softer and softer as you use it, and it becomes fluffy and gentle.
These colourful printed designs would make this washcloth as attractive gift wrappings, wall hangings, kitchen towels, table runners and even fashionable scarves or headbands.
Size: 34 x 90cm
Material: 100% Cotton
Care: Wash at 30 degrees. Trim the frayed hem if necessary.