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Tenugui Workshop

2/23/2013
3:00 - 4:30

Main Library

Latino/Hispanic Meeting Room A

100 Larkin St.

Tenugui is a must item for Japanese festival costume. Each Tenugui design represents each group you belong. Not only you can wear it just like a hat or a scarf but also use it for sunshade, windbreaker, towel to wipe your sweat, wrapping things, and even for bandage.

It is gentle to the skin because of 100 % made of cotton.  It’s easy washable and fast-dry, and an environmentally-friendly eco-item. At this workshop we will introduce Japanese traditional ways of various Tenugui use including cool way of wearing, wrapping, and other useful way of usage.

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