Tenugui (Edo-Kiriko)
Tenugui (Edo-Kiriko)
Tenugui (Edo-Kiriko)
Tenugui (Edo-Kiriko)
Prezzo di listino €16,90
Prezzo di listino €16,90 Prezzo scontato €16,90
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  • Magazzino basso, 2 articoli rimasti
  • In arretrato, spedizione a breve


’Edo Kiriko’ is a traditional Japanese glass craft that originated in 1834 when Kyubei Kagaya, a glass merchant in Odenmacho, began engraving designs onto the surface of glass. The technique was further refined in the early Meiji period with the guidance of Englishman Hope-Taylor, who introduced advanced cutting techniques. Edo Kiriko involves intricate cuts on transparent glass, creating beautiful light reflections and unique brilliance. It is designated as a traditional craft of Tokyo and a nationally recognized traditional craft of Japan. Edo Kiriko is highly valued both domestically and internationally for its beauty and craftsmanship, making it a popular choice for gifts and decorative items.

  • approx. L90 cm x W37 cm
  • 100% Cotton
  • Made in Japan
  • Wash separately from other clothing by hand for the first few washes, as this is a hand-dyed product.
  • Avoid using detergent with bleach
  • After washing, leave to dry completely
  • When fraying occurs, you can stop it by cutting the frayed horizontal threads, leaving about 5mm of the vertical thread fringe

Please refer to "How to care about your Tenugui"

  • This product is eligible for Letterbox Delivery.
  • Depending on the number and combination of items purchased, it may be shipped using Percel Delivery.
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