Tenugui (kamawanu)
Tenugui (kamawanu)
Tenugui (kamawanu)
Prezzo di listino €13,90
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  • In arretrato, spedizione a breve

'Kamawanu' pattern is formed by the combination of three characters: '鎌' (kama=sickle), '○'(wa=circle) and 'ぬ'(nu), read as "かまわぬ" (kamawanu), which translates to "I don't mind" or "I don't care." This design embodies the unyielding spirit of the passionate people of Edo (old Tokyo).
It originates from a phrase that epitomizes the attitude of Edo townspeople, who were willing to selflessly help the vulnerable by saying, "I don't mind" or "I don't care" when confronted with challenges. The famous kabuki actor Ichikawa Danjuro VII (1791-1859) incorporated this phrase into his costumes, captivating the audience and making this pattern immensely popular during that era.

  • 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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