Japan Foundation celebrates cultural significance of 'tenugui' textile art


Japan Foundation, KL’s 'Tenugui Design Contest' is looking for creative participants to capture the diverse elements of Malaysian and Japanese culture through tenugui textile designs. Photo: JFKL

Following the success of the Furoshiki Design Contest held in February this year, the Japan Foundation, Kuala Lumpur (JFKL) is now accepting submissions for the Tenugui Design Contest.

Tenugui is a traditional Japanese cotton towel that is a staple in Japanese homes.

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