KAPUKI ARTS TENUGUI SERIES WITH CONTEMPORARY ILLUSTRATOR AND ARTIST, NAGA
This original tenugui (hand towel) has been dyed with the traditional method “Chu-sen". Popularized in the Meiji Era (1868-1912), Chu-sen is a uniquely Japanese method of dyeing fabric - typically used for tenugui (traditional hand towels) and yukata (summer kimono). This KAPUKI ART Tenugui Series brings together the quality of traditional Japanese craftmanship with contemporary visuals brought by illustrator and artist, Naga.
Tenugui: 90cm x 36cm (L*W)
*Tenugui can also be framed and enjoyed as an art piece.
*Tenugui frame (+16,500yen): 90.5cm x 39.5cm x 1.5cm (L*W*D)
Tokuoka (100% Cotton)
Country of Origin
Handling, Precautions, and Remarks
Due to the traditional hand-dyeing process, the color of this product may transfer to other surfaces. To avoid color transfer when washing, it is advised to put the towel in a washing net or wash seperately from other fabrics.If left to soak in water for extended periods of time, the color of this product may fade or bleed. Heat may affect the dye, and it is not advised to dry in direct sunlight or dry tumble dry.
Delivery will be made within 3 business days.
If you wish to have it framed, the product will be delivered on November 23, 2021, two weeks after the end of KAPUKI ARTS Vol.2 NAGA (Oct 3 - Nov 9, 2021)