Our guide on where to buy the best furoshiki, tenegui and other textiles in Tokyo, including stores in Shibuya, Shinjuku, Daikanyama, Asakusa, Marunouchi and more...
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UGUiSU the little shoppe
Uguisu is a small shop and online store in Azabu, near Roppongi station, featuring a careful selection of Japanese goods and craft items gathered from all over the country by owner Hikaru San. Ugiusu sells Link’s range of furoshiki cloths so it’s a great place to see our designs hands-on. It’s only open on weekends though, so plan carefully.
UGUiSU the little shoppe, Warou Flat 4, Room 7, Azabudai 3−3−23, Minato, Tokyo 106-0043
Taking its name from the 47 prefectures of Japan, D47 combines a museum, Japanese restaurant, café and gift shop in one place. In the heart of the recent Hikarie development, you can find handmade textiles and towels, tableware and more made by Japanese craftsmen. Take in the great view of downtown Shibuya from the restaurant as you enjoy delicious food sourced from across Japan.
D47 Museum, Hikarie, Shibuya 2-21-1, Tokyo 1508510, Japan
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Karakusaya — 唐草屋
Karakusaya offers a range of furoshiki from traditional to modern designs in their shop a few stops from Tokyo station. They also run workshops where you can learn how to wrap furoshiki.
Karakusaya, Morimoto Building 7-2, Tomizawacho, Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-0006
Musubi — むす美
Musubi have a huge range of over 500 different furoshiki in their Jingumae store (near Harajuku and Omotesando). It’s great if you’re looking for a Japanese gift for someone.
Musubi, 2-31-8, Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0001
Kamawanu — かまわぬ
Kamawanu specialise in handmade tenegui (Japanese kitchen towels, similar to Western tea towels). Their selection is always changing as they add new designs every season, including collaborations with other textile brands. They have several stores in Tokyo, including Daikanyama, Harajuku, Marunouchi, Shinjuku, Asakusa and Oshiage (near Tokyo Skytree). Visit their website for more details.
Chidoriya — ちどり屋
A tenugui towel specialist store in the Nihonbashi district. In addition to hand towels they also sell Japanese folding fans.
Chidoriya, 1-7-6 Nihonbashi, Ningyocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-0013
Kururi — くるり
Kururi offer around 300 kinds of tenugui and 200 kinds of furoshiki in their Asakusa and Kamakura shops, with most pieces around ¥1,000 each. They also have other small items like coin cases.
Kururi, 2-2-2 Asakusa, Taito-ku,Tokyo 111-0032
Yamatonadeshiko — やまとなでしこ
Yamatonadeshiko’s store in Kagurazaka sells a selection of furoshiki ranging from traditional patterns to more modern designs.
Yamatonadeshiko, Kagurazaka 6-15, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 162-0825