Collectible

Art Tenugui (Cotton hand-dyed cloth) Japanese symbols (red) Red

1000yen
(1100yen Tax incl. in Japan)
Points You Earn 3% (30p)
Release Date October 03, 2016
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Color Red

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Product Details

Catalog No.NEOART-222
JAN/ISBN 4560154637652
Product Type Collectible
Label/DistributorAsa no Ha (By ART SOU CO., LTD.)
Material100% cotton
Sizeapprox. 35cm x 90cm

Description

Tenugui is unique Japanese dyed cloth, originally hand towel. Can be used as home decoration, table runner, wrapping, sewing material, etc. Drawing of lattice pattern with sightseeing spots and souvenirs of Japan. Dyed in vermilion, which is used in Japan national flag. Lattice is a traditional pattern which was first used for stage costumes by a Kabuki actor in the Edo period and became very popular.

Description in Japanese

絵てぬぐい 総柄 お土産市松(赤) 赤

市松模様のあちこちで、富士山、鳥居、相撲、お寿司、桜など日本観光の思い出になるモチーフが楽しげに散りばめられた絵てぬぐい。日本の国旗にも使われている伝統色である朱色で染め上げた。市松模様は、江戸時代の歌舞伎役者・佐野川市松が舞台衣裳で愛用して大流行したことから、名前が付いたという伝統文様。

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