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Dyed using the Sosogizomé technique: traditional method originating from the 8th century, where the dye is poured over the cotton cloths. This allows to get the same print on the front and back.
100 % cotton
Size: 35 x 90 cm
A tenugui is a piece of dyed cotton cloth which has always been an essential tool for the Japanese. It was used as a wiping tool such as a towel or a handkerchief, or a headwear. It also came to be used in the place of a greeting card.
Recently people have found even more ways to use it, from place mats to tapestry for decorating their homes.