An authentic Ninja head wrap is done with 3-foot-long cotton towels, known as "sanjaku tenugui" in Japanese. A ninja would use these thin towels to protect his face during battles, clean wounds and help him climb. He also used the towels as a belt. In order to do an authentic ninja head wrap, you will need two 3-foot-long Japanese cotton towels, according to the authors of "The Way of the Ninja: Secret Techniques." The head wrap should be secure enough to provide disguise and protection, but flexible enough to allow you to breathe and move.
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Things you need
- Two 3-foot-long Japanese cotton towels
Lay out your two Japanese cotton towels.
Take one cloth and cover your forehead with the midsection. Bring the ends of the cloth to the back of your head and tie them into a knot as if tying a bandanna. This is known as the top cloth knot.
Take the second cloth and pull it over your head like a bonnet. The two ends should dangle on either side of your head.
Loop the right end over your nose and mouth. Pull the end over your left shoulder. Let it dangle loosely behind you.
Loop the left end under your chin. Pull the end over your right shoulder. Keep that end in your right hand..
Use your left hand to take the other end. Knot the two ends behind your head. Center the knot in the back of your neck to complete the wrap.
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