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Cotton Tenugui to be worn under the Men.
Hand written by our company president, Takahiko Kawabe, the Tenugui reads "Kansha" - literally meaning "Thanks" or "Gratitude".
At the All Japan Budogu Dojo, we practice Kendo regularly under the phrase 'Kendo ga Dekiru Koto wo Kokoro kara Kansha Suru Koto", meaning that we are genuinely grateful to have the opportunity to practice Kendo.
Genuine 'Enshuu Sosogi' Dyed, MADE IN JAPAN.
Length - approx. 100cm
Posted by Nathalie on Aug 14th 2017
Very cute color and very nice message (to be grateful) on it. Quality is good.
Posted by ES on Jan 18th 2017
The tenugui is made well, soft, and a larger cut.