Made in Japan by Ishii of intheyellow (and sanctioned by David Horvath), an extremely limited supply of UMA (Unidentified Mysterious Animal) tenugui are available. Tenugui are traditional MJO (Mysterious Japanese Objects) found in large quantities (usually still in original wrappings) in Japanese American households. Often received from Japanese visitors as omiage (token gifts often given as a sort of “thank you for your hospitality in receiving me”) or purchased in Japan as souvenirs, tenugui are rarely used in their function as towels. The graphics on them are often so witty and beautiful that it seems a shame to dry your face or dishes with them. This tenugui is no exception. Frame it, hang it, or wrap it around your head as a fashion statement (take that, Murakami!)
13.5” x 36”. 100% cotton and made in Japan.