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"Counting Rod Break" Orange Vermillion【Hand-dyed Tenugui】

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    "Counting Rod Break" Orange Vermillion【Hand-dyed Tenugui】
    $16.56

    Availability: In stock

    This japanese towel is dyed using traditional hand dyeing techniques unique to Japan called "Chusen".The back side is the same design.The back side is not white.You can use it without worrying about the front and back.
    »About "Chusen"


    ≪ Design ≫

    "Counting Rod Break" ("Sangi Kuzushi")
    A "sangi" is a tool that was used for calculating sums up until the Muromachi period in Japan (1333-1573). They were also used for fortune telling.
    The name "sangi-kuzushi" comes from creating a pattern by jumbling (kuzushi) these sangi rods.
    The rods were also used to predict good fortune in the future.
    That is why this pattern is also sometimes called "hoping for a happy future."


    ≪ Color ≫

    Orange Vermillion (Ouni)
    A red orange resembling the glow of the rising sun.
    This color was considered the second most important color in the Japanese civil codes established in the year 701.
    As a color of nobility, it could only be worn by the crown prince.
    Glorious orange vermillion.

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    "Counting Rod Break" ("Sangi Kuzushi")
    A "sangi" is a tool that was used for calculating sums up until the Muromachi period in Japan (1333-1573). They were also used for fortune telling.
    The name "sangi-kuzushi" comes from creating a pattern by jumbling (kuzushi) these sangi rods.
    The rods were also used to predict good fortune in the future.
    That is why this pattern is also sometimes called "hoping for a happy future."

    Additional Information

    Additional Information

    Country of Manufacture Japan
    material 100% cotton 30 count yarn used
    weight Approx. 35g
    washing When washing use a mild detergent.
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