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Elegant Products Made In Japan - A Selection From Tokyu Hands

Elegant Products Made In Japan - A Selection From Tokyu Hands

Translated by Miri S.

Written by MATCHA-PR

Tokyo 2014.11.28 Bookmark

If you are looking for something refined to remember your time in Japan by, then visit Tokyu Hands, whose selection of high quality, made in Japan products can't be beat.


We have asked this before, but what do you think of when you hear ‘made in Japan’? Of course you can find many fun pop culture items in Japan, but since you’ve come all this way, wouldn’t you like to purchase something truly special for yourself too?

At Tokyu Hands you can many refined items that will carry the artisanry of Japanese craftspeople back home with you.

Modern Takes on Classic Tenugui


Tenugui are a type of towel that has been a popular commodity in Japan for ages, but at Tokyu Hands, you can see several varieties of new, modern tenugui that are of impeccable quality.


These tenugui are made from natural cotton and are very gentle on the skin. They are available in numerous stylish designs, such standard Japanese motifs of manekineko (the beckoning cat), Mount Fuji, cherry blossom prints, and many more.

Made using traditional weaving and dyeing techniques that the Japanese are quite proud of, you are certain to find these towels useful anywhere you go. Or, if you find that you can’t bring yourself to use them, they also make beautiful interior decorations when framed.

They are great souvenirs as well, as they are light and can easily be packed in any suitcase. Why not pick up several for your friends, or for yourself?

Ebesuya Tenugui Towel
Price: 1000 yen +tax per towel

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