Risshun Daikichi (Great fortune) "Tenugui" (Japanese traditional towel)
Risshun Daikichi(Great fortune)
"Tenugui"(Japanese traditional towel) a gift that will bless you with good health
Wishing you peace and health, we offered our original Tenugui at Tsukiji Namiyoke Shrine, our guardian deity who has prayed for good health specially this year.
This year the Tenugui is designed with six hyotans. as a good luck charm for good health was
A hyotan is a gourd with a special shape. It has a narrow waist with the bottom part much larger than the upper and is supposed to bring good luck.
A hyotan is regarded as a lucky charm and is believed to undertake our disease and bad luck, or suck in evil spirits and confine them to purify the air. Therefore it has been widely used as a lucky charm to bring good luck against accidents and ward off sickness.
There is a Japanese word "Mubyo" which has two different meanings with the same phonetic sound. The one is "six hyotans" and the other is "no disease". This is why six hyotans are regarded as a lucky charm for no disease.
You can get the Tenugui when you purchase our product now.
We hope you, your family and friends will have plenty of happiness. We look forward to hearing from you.