Japanese Linen - Bringing tradition and sophistication to your home

There are several types of linen in Japan, each with unique characteristics and uses. The most common types of linen in Japan include:

    Furoshiki: These are square pieces of cloth that are used to wrap items such as gifts or food baskets. Furoshiki are often made from traditional Japanese fabrics such as cotton or linen, and may be decorated with traditional Japanese designs.

    Tenugui: These are rectangular pieces of fabric that are used as towels or headbands. Tenugui are often made from cotton and can be decorated with traditional Japanese patterns.

There are of course other items of linen that are used in Japan, it depends on the region and the tradition of each.

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