1.To put on the Tenugui (headscarf), lay it out in front of your face.
2. pull it carefully over your head until the lower edge lies below the back of your head.
3.Then guide the ends again individually around to the front of your head so that they cross level with your forehead.
4.Pull the loose end to the back side of your head under the Tenugui.
5.Finally, the part of the Tenugui hanging in front of your face is to be folded upwards, and if necessary, rolled to the back, so that a small pointed cap.
6.The Tenugui must sit firmly so that they do not become loosened. When fastening the Tenugui, no knots are necessary. With a little practice you will get a knack for this.
There is a second way to fasten the Tenugui. An experienced Kendoka can show you this technique.