Japanese sustainable fabric wrapping

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We can deliver customised workshops for your workplace, school, council and more! 


we have selection of Tenugui (also Tenugui hangers) and Furoshiki fabrics for sale.

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For any enquiries for sales, workshops, products or media, please contact us via form below.

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Tenugui & Furoshiki workshop

We are happy to work with schools, councils and the community!

If you are interested in holding a Japanese cultural lesson about Furoshiki/Tenugui, or a sustainable Japanese fabric wrapping workshop, please let us know. We can cater up to 30 people per workshop (online workshops also available). Please contact us via contact form below. 

What is Tenugui?

We love TENUGUI and have mission to present its beauty to Australian people. TENUGUI is a type of Japanese cotton fabric, hand-dyed by using a traditional method called CHUSEN.  These were originally made as hand towels, but because of their "handy" size (typically 35cm x 90cm), great functionality and colourful designs, they began to be used in many different ways.

Hand dyed in Japan

All of our TENUGUI are made using the traditional Chusen method. This dyeing method requires a craftsman's skills and special tools.


Tenugui is a much loved item in Japan, and you can find many traditional and modern designs including artists collaboration.


 Chusen method makes it possible to dye both sides of the cloth, to express subtle gradations in colour and to achieve soft edges of each pattern.  

tenugui hanger


Tenugui is used not only for hand towels, but for sustainable wrapping, wall decorations, cleaning and more.

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Interested in our services?  Get in touch with us via the form below and we'll get back to you as soon as possible!

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Find us here

We are based in Melbourne and you can find us at local council workshops or market stalls (mainly Japan Festival). You can also find us below...