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A typical Kendo-style tenugui
A typical Kendo-style tenugui

A tenugui (手拭い) is a thin Japanese hand towel made from cotton. Typically, tenugui are about 35 by 90 centimeters in size, plain woven, and almost always dyed with some pattern. Usually the long sides are finished with a selvage, and the short sides are just cut and so soon show some fraying.[1] A tenugui is often used in ways that towels are used,such as being used as a washcloth or dishcloth, for example. They are often used as headbands, souvenirs, decorations, or for wrapping bottles and similar items. Towels made from terry cloth have largely replaced tenugui in household use. However tenugui are still popular as souvenirs, decorations, and as a head covering in kendo, where it functions as a sweatband and provides extra padding beneath the headgear (men).

See also

References

  1. ^ Rich (7 May 2014). "TENUGUI: A CLOTH WITHOUT LIMITS". Tofugu. Tofugu LLC. Archived from the original on 21 June 2020. Retrieved 21 June 2020.

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