Tenugui are traditional Japanese cloth products usually made of rough, plain-woven cotton. They carry a lovely diversity of patterns and designs dyed directly into the material. Light, thin, durable, easy to dry, and highly water-absorptive, tenugui have been a part of everyday life in Japan for more than three centuries. The uses of tenugui are literally innumerable – they can serve as handkerchiefs, towels, casual wrapping cloths, towels for wiping up, bandanas, dace masks, and the like.
At our luxurious club floors “Premier Grand,” the tenugui presented to guests upon arrival is made with cotton fabric from Ise and manufactured using traditional weaving methods with over 250 years of history. Conveying traditional Japan through items is also part of our hospitality.
Updated: 23 August, 2018