Kamawanu produces over 400 styles of tenugui - a type of cloth introduced in the Heian period (794–1185 CE) which has a multitude of uses, from drying one's hands or face, to wrapping gifts or carrying small items. Kamawanu produces tenugui using the chūsen method of dyeing. This technique involves pouring dye onto cloth so that it seeps all the way through, resulting in a quick-drying cotton which becomes softer with every wash.

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