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  1. "Autumn Mt. Fuji" Japanese Towel【Inkjet-print Tenugui】
    $18.40

    This Japanese towel is printed with inkjet using dye ink.

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    The image of the vertical reflection of Mt. Fuji on the surface of the lake is often called "upside-down Fuji."
    It is a beautiful image beloved by Japanese people for centuries.
    This landscape is now highly regarded not only by the Japanese, but artists all over the world.

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  2. "Beautiful Woman with Shamisen" Japanese Towel【Inkjet-print Tenugui】
    $18.40

    This Japanese towel is printed with inkjet using dye ink.

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    From a series of prints illustrating beautiful women in various locations in Edo (Tokyo).
    The series depicts women of all social classes associated with various different locations in Edo (Tokyo).
    In this image, a beautiful woman tunes the strings of a shamisen.
    From the same series as "Beautiful Woman" Tenugui.

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  3. "Beautiful Woman" Japanese Towel【Inkjet-print Tenugui】
    $18.40

    This Japanese towel is printed with inkjet using dye ink.

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    From the same series as "Beautiful Woman with Shamisen" Tenugui.
    The series depicts 100 beautiful women in various locations in Edo (Tokyo).
    This picture depicts the elegant figure of a woman going about her everyday life.

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  4. "Four Varieties of Fuji" Japanese Towel【Inkjet-print Tenugui】
    $18.40

    This Japanese towel is printed with inkjet using dye ink.

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    These Ukiyoe are landscape paintings of Mt. Fuji drawn by Hokusai Katsushika.
    These paintings show the scenery of Mt. Fuji seen from various places.
    Hokusai Katsushika is a famous Japanese painter worldwide.

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  5. "Haru no yoso o hi (Spring Fashion)" Japanese Towel【Inkjet-print Tenugui】
    $18.40

    This Japanese towel is printed with inkjet using dye ink.

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    "Haru no yoso o hi (Spring Fashion)"
    Shoen Uemura was a female Japanese painter who was active during the Meiji and Showa periods.
    In 1948 (Showa 23), she became the first woman to win the Order of Cultural Merit.
    Throughout her career, Shoen Uemura continued to paint pictures depicting beautiful women.
    Many of Shoen Uemura's paintings feature beautiful women wearing light and cool-looking blue kimonos.

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  6. "Hasui Red Banner" Japanese Towel【Inkjet-print Tenugui】
    $18.40

    This Japanese towel is printed with inkjet using dye ink.

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    Hasui Kawase traveled all over Japan, expressing through his lyrical art the beauty of the landscape.
    That's why he is called the "traveler poet".
    Through his career he created many landscape prints including "night" and "snow".

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  7. "Sharaku Otani Oniji" Japanese Towel【Inkjet-print Tenugui】
    $18.40

    This Japanese towel is printed with inkjet using dye ink.

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    Sharaku Tōshūsai's dates of birth and death are unknown.
    He was only active for around 10 months.
    However, this print is so famous it is known by the majority of Japanese people.
    Its appeal lies in the large, fierce-looking face, along with the imbalance of the prominent small hands.

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  8. "Three Beauties" Japanese Towel【Inkjet-print Tenugui】
    $18.40

    This Japanese towel is printed with inkjet using dye ink.

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    The models were famous beauties from the Kansei era.
    At the top is the Yoshiwara geisha Toyohina Tomimoto (or possibly Ohan Kikumoto).
    The two women in the foreground competed for popularity as teahouse greeters. It is said that the woman on the right is Okita Naniwaya and the one on the left is Ohisa Takashima.

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  9. "Ueno Toshogu Shrine" Japanese Towel【Inkjet-print Tenugui】
    $18.40

    This Japanese towel is printed with inkjet using dye ink.

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    Illustration of twilight in spring.
    This pagoda is located on the present site of the Ueno Park Zoo.

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  10. "Yotsuya Araki Yokocho" Japanese Towel【Inkjet-print Tenugui】
    $18.40

    This Japanese towel is printed with inkjet using dye ink.

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    Illustration of a scene in the Yotsuya Araki Yokocho district of Tokyo in the Meiji Era (1868-1912).
    The orange light puring through the windows and door evoke a sense of warmth.
    The women standing by the door are geisha.

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