The logo combines a sickle (= Kama), a circle (= Wa) and the Japanese character “Nu,” making up a pictorial puzzle to show the brand name, “KAMAWANU.” This is a traditional style of puzzle called “Hanjimono,” hiding a word or phrase in a series of characters or pictures. In Japanese, the word “KAMAWANU” signifies Edoites’ mentality of sacrificing oneself to help the disadvantaged. The brand offers over 400 varieties of Chusen-dyed Tenugui cloth and miscellaneous traditional items, featuring classic and modern Japanese patterns. Some of the patterns are available only during specific seasons or at stores directly managed by the company. These products make a perfect gift for people abroad.