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Nuno Daruma - Lightweight Cotton Towel Tenugui

Nuno Daruma - Lightweight Cotton Towel Tenugui

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Boasting a unique Daruma* illustration for good luck, this classic Japanese tenugui cotton towel is the perfect accessory for any outdoor activity or as a sports-, yoga -, or kitchentowel. Crafted from 100% lightweight and fast drying cotton, it`s pre-washed in Japanese spring water and measures 33x100 cm, making it an ideal gift for anyone who could use a bit of extra luck! 

*Daruma dolls are traditional Japanese dolls that are typically red and round in shape, representing a stylized, bearded bald man, modeled after Bodhidharma, the founder of the Zen tradition of Buddhism. These dolls are considered to be a symbol of perseverance, good luck, and the realization of goals.

Care Instructions

Machine wash up to 40°C using a gentle detergent and a low spin speed of up to 1200. Consider using a mesh laundry bag to prevent pulling. Wash with similar colors. Avoid using bleach or fabric softeners. After washing, it is best to hang or tumble dry your towel on a low setting.
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  • Lightweight & Fast Drying
  • Bath & Shower
  • Travel
  • Sports & Yoga
  • Hiking
  • Kitchen
  • Traditional

    Material: A Japanese tenugui towel is a versatile and traditional textile typically made from lightweight cotton in long narrow size (33 x 100cm). Tenugui towels are both functional and aesthetically pleasing, thus reflecting Japan's rich textile heritage.

  • Versatile

    Multipurpose: Tenugui towels are known for their absorbency and quick-drying properties, making them useful for various purposes: The long and narrow tenugui can be used as a handkerchief, scarf, kitchen or yoga towel and travel compagnon.

  • Handy

    Format: Tenugui towels are characterized by their elongated, narrow design, which makes them easy to fold, tie, or drape in various ways.

    Edges: The edges of tenugui towels are usually left unfinished or have a simple stitch, which adds to their rustic and traditional aesthetic.