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This tenugui features sober colors, and wealth symbolizing patterns.
First there are Maneki Neko. A Maneki Neko raising its right paw is said to help bring money (but depending on the regions, and who you are asking to, you might be told that's for the left paw!).
Then we got uchide-no-Kozuchi, golden hammer symbolizing wealth.
And finally Koban, old coins from the Edo period. Maneki Neko statues also have Koban hanging around the neck.
100 % cotton
Size: 35 x 100 cm
A tenugui is a piece of dyed cotton cloth which has always been an essential tool for the Japanese. It was used as a wiping tool such as a towel or a handkerchief, or a headwear. It also came to be used in the place of a greeting card.
Recently people have found even more ways to use it, from place mats to tapestry for decorating their homes.