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Serizawa's tenugui - nachi waterfall

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Located in Wakayama prefecture, the Nachi waterfall, with a drop of more than 130 meters, is a natural monument renowned all over Japan and has been depicted in a famous late-XIIIth century Shinto painting: having sketched himself the waterfall and being also inspired by the painting, in 1962 Keisuke Serizawa created this wonderful abstract design using different nuances of indigo dye against a white background. Applied to the classic shape of a tenugui, the effect is even more striking. Cotton. An easy and fancy tenugui, a perfect example of beauty and grace in textile design for everyday use. 90 cm x 35 cm x 0.2 cm

Every Japanese design gem you always wanted to find*
(*but were afraid to ask)