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Seido Tenugui - Seishin Itto Nanigoto ka Narazaran
Made in Japan
This traditional Tenugui (Japanese hand towel) can be used as such in Kendo, Nippon
Jukendo but also as small towel to wipe off sweat during practice.
In the center is the logo of the Seido brand, the Kanji "Do" or "Michi", found in Aikido, Judo, Karatedo etc. which means "way".
Roughly translated as "where there is a will, there is a way", this well known proverb "Seishin Itto Nanigoto Ka Narazaran" means more precisely "when the mind is concentrated, nothing is impossible".
Please hand-wash in cold water before first use.
External resource: the origin of the tenugui (off site).
- 100% Cotton
- Traditional size : 98 x 34 cm
- Navy model (white logo) : traditional "Ganryo" dye, similar to printing techniques (single side dye), offers great resistance to the fabric, but absorbs less sweat than the Honzome dye. The color does not fade but a slight color transfer may occur due to friction.
- White model (blue logo) : traditional "Honzome" dye, meaning a dye that deeply penetrates the fiber.