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Kamawanu (Daikanyama Main Shop)かまわぬ 代官山本店


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A tenugui hand towel shop with a distinctive sign with a sickle at the top. This is the chain's flagship location, which stands in a back alley near the intersection in front of Daikan-yama Station a three minute walk from the north exit. The shop carries close to 200 different, diverse hand towel designs, including seasonal patterns, cute patterns, and cool patterns. The company also makes original patterns perfect for gifts and mementos. Because of its wide selection of hand towels, from everyday patterns to photoesque patterns, the shop is a popular destination for international tourists.


Tokyo Shibuya-ku Sarugakuchou 23-1 (Ebisu / Daikanyama / JiyugaokaArea)

phone 0337800182


Review of Kamawanu Daikanyama

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Reviewed:2019/04/05 Very nice range of hand dye cloth
This is a really lovely shop that sells tenugui cloths. The prices range depending on the size and the edges are unfinished. It comes with a little instruction pamphlet on how to use and care for the...
Reviewed:2018/08/14 プレゼントに最適 Traditional Japanese towel
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Reviewed:2018/07/19 Great place to buy tenugui
Kamawanu, located in Daikanyama, is a small shop that specializes in tenugui though they carry some other home goods too. Tenugui are cotton hand towels, and the ones stocked at Kamawanu are...

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Tokyo Shibuya-ku Sarugakuchou 23-1 [ map ]
Ebisu / Daikanyama / JiyugaokaArea
open everyday (excluding New Year's Holiday)

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