The other day, I went to a meeting with Kitayama Dye Factory, a chusen tenugui manufacturer in Sakai City, Osaka Prefecture, about new tenugui.
The design of the new tenugui uses an auspicious auspicious pattern, making it easy to use on a daily basis, a design that is easy for male customers to accept, and a female customer to choose as a gift for a male customer.
There are plenty of fine patterns and gradations used, and it seems that it is a very difficult and advanced technique to express these designs with Chusen.
If it is commercialized, I would be happy if you could introduce the high level of technology and the process with photos etc. at the online store and store so that everyone can know
Currently, it has been decided that festivals in various parts of Japan will be postponed, but orders for tenugui towels have dropped sharply as a result. It seems that there are several
When I listened to Mr. Kitayama, the company president, I could feel his strong passion for chusen dyeing and hand towels.
I'm really looking forward to the completion of the original tenugui, which will be a trigger for more people to know good things.
The factory of Kitayama Dye Factory was also used as a filming location for the movie "Shigatsu no Nagai Yume" starring Aki Asakura.
I can't wait for the day when we can introduce our new original tenugui. Please look forward to it.