An inherited tradition. A technique that does not change. Design that evolves over time. Japanese towels.
A unique design of towels based on the motif of Kumamoto's folk art "Ghostless Kinta". There is also a theory that the model with a red face loved drinking.
What is "Ghost of Kinky"
When Kato Kiyomasa built Kumamoto Castle, he was called Kinta, and his face was so funny that he was good at making people laugh, so he was called "Odoke no Kinta" and was very popular. It is a local toy in Kumamoto, whose Karakuri doll was created based on the legend of Kinta and later became known as "Ghost of Kinta".
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The fusion of Japanese tradition and new culture that has been handed down since ancient times.
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※ This item is handmade by craftsmen. Therefore, shapes and colors may vary slightly. Please note.
92cm in height, 34cm in width