Tenugui, seven gods of good luck, fabric, wrapping cloth, kimono woman, Japanese fabric, cotton fabric, made in Japan

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Tenugui size: about 33cm x 90cm ( 13" x 35.4" ) Shichifukujinn are the seven gods of good luck. They are believed to bring good luck to people when they sail into port on a ship laden with treasures on New Year's Eve. Ebisu is God of Development Benzaiten is God of Beauty Hotei is God of Cleverness Bishamonten is God of Success Daikokuten isGod of Wealth Jyurojin is God of Hearlth Fukurokujyu is God of Happiness Attention This is dyed goods by the manual labor. Both ends of the tenugui is not sewed for purpose. There are some wrinkles, please iron the tenugui. There are some wrinkles, please iron the tenugui. Japanese hand towels are, as the name suggests, cloths used for wiping your hands. These days, Western towels have taken over that function, but these cloths used to be an important part of daily life for Japanese people. They were used for a wide range of tasks – for wiping sweat, while in the bath, as a head covering and so on. Another distinctive feature is their abundant motifs. How to use TENUGUI http://www.jnto.go.jp/eng/indepth/exotic/JapanesQue/1310/tenugui.html

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