Discover high-quality tenugui handkerchiefs/towels at Some-no-anbo speciality store (Asakusa district, Tokyo city, Japan) then their uses through traditional Japanese art. Check http://www.getjapan.jp/toky...
... for shopping ideas then get an original tenugui to use as a souvenir, present or gift wrapping :)
Seen during this video: tenugui handkerchiefs with many designs including traditional patterns, fireworks, flowers, animals, carps going up a waterfall, a local map of Asakusa... but also the entrance, a goldfish in an aquarium, bags, fans, shirts, children clothes, aprons with a dragon mark... and 3 ukiyo-e woodblock prints with men & women in kimono using a tenugui!
SUBTITLES (from the Japanese language plus original comments in English):
* Welcome to our shop Some-no-anbo in Asakusa district (Tokyo city, Japan).
* We specialize in tenugui products made in Japan.
* A tenugui is a traditional Japanese-style handkerchief (or hand towel).
* You will find seasonal and universal designs...
* including our original "Asakusa map" tenugui.
* 19th century art: uses of tenugui in everyday life and as fashion accessories.
* Please come visit and enjoy our shop :)
Featuring: Johnny (local goldfish)
Directed and edited by: Taylor B. Martin https://www.youtube.com/use...
Voice by: Naoto Hayashi (Some-no-anbo staff)
Subtitles by: Sébastien Duval (English, French, Japanese) http://sebastien-duval.com
Produced by: Get Japan, 2016 (video #11)
For more information on where to go, what to do, and what to buy in Tokyo, please check out our website at: http://www.getjapan.jp
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