Tenugui (Dohyo-iri)
Tenugui (Dohyo-iri)
Tenugui (Dohyo-iri)
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During a sumo tournament, there is a ceremonial ritual performed before the matches begin, where the top-ranked wrestlers, known as 'rikishi,' donned in lavish silk aprons called 'kesho-mawashi,' gather in a circle on the sumo ring. This ceremony is called the 'dohyo-iri.' The highest-ranked sumo wrestler, the 'Yokozuna,' performs an additional, more elaborate solo dohyo-iri, accompanied by two attendants, the 'tachimochi' (sword bearer) and 'tsuyuharai' (dew sweeper), following ancient traditions. This pre-match ritual is a stirring spectacle, setting the stage for the upcoming bouts.

  • 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"

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