Designed by our friend Ayuchi Sandlin, this tenugui was made in Japan by the Nagakan Dyeing Factory located in Sendai, Japan. This hand-drawn, digitally-printed pattern features Asha’s artisan tea logos interspersed like tea trees on fields of tea bushes. Tenugui have many uses in Japanese households, from washcloths to gift wrapping. Note that tenugui edges are purposely cut to be seamless so that the towels dry faster. Trim loose strings as necessary; fraying should decrease after multiple washes.