Nihon Tenugui

Tenugui Maneki neko

tenugui maneki siro

Tenugui  招き猫 

Maneki Neko (Lucky Cat)

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Size: 36 x 90cm

Tenugui is a multipurpose Japanese traditional towel used in kendo, for cooking and in a wide variety of areas. It is also a simple and original gift.

You can wrap it around the neck or wear it on the head when practicing Kendo.

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¥ 400

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Tenugui  Maneki Neko (Lucky Cat)

Tenugui Manéki néko / Lucky Cat

A Maneki-neko is a traditional Japanese statue depicting a cat raising the paw at the ear level.

The right leg raised attracts money, the left paw attracts customers.

Each region manufactures its own Maneki Neko, some represented on this tenugui.

Top left to right:

FUKUOKA / tsuyazaki Kyoto / fushimi KANAGAWA / isehara TOKYO / imado SAITAMA / kounosu AOMORI / shimogawara

Bottom left to right:

FUKUOKA / furuhakata OSAKA / Sumiyoshi ISHIKAWA / Kanazawa TOKYO / tama TOKYO / edo MIYAGI / tsutsumi

How to wear Tenugui on the head for Kendo.


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