Textile traditions are fiercely guarded by the artisans of Tanoti as they commit to practising indigenous techniques the purist way, producing fabrics in the same methods as was handed down from generation to generation.
Since 2012, Tanoti has been pursuing heritage craft preservation, women empowerment and rural community building. Operating from its base in Sarawak, Malaysia, this Malaysian-accredited social enterprise engages with 500 indigenous artisans across 25 village settlements and representing 7 of the 30 ethnic groups of the land.
Custom fabrics, produced by hand by the artisan weavers of Tanoti in Sarawak, Malaysia.
Objects of beauty and soul, each made lovingly by Tanoti’s community of artisans.
Bringing you an array of specially selected foodstuffs while also supporting and showcasing local homemakers and homegrown brands in our community.
Tanoti remains sensitive towards the issues surrounding the community around us, and when circumstances require, we will always try to extend support as much as we can.
Tanoti’s NFT project which was set in our efforts to ensure that the crafts production using ancestral techniques will sustain.
At Tanoti, we see ourselves as advocates for crafts. As co-producer of the Hasanah Gold Threads Awards, our objective is to celebrate excellence in Malaysia’s heritage textiles and encourage sustained growth in this sector.
This document folio had contained the Malaysian Budget 2023 and was carried by the Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim to Parliament to present his Budget speech.
The perfect everyday bag for carrying your daily essentials. Our best-selling handwoven Tote Bags are constructed of natural Rattan lattice. Available in a variety of sizes to fit your life.
These stunning laptop cases blend traditional weaving techniques with modern functionality.
For the longhouse folk, the pigeon is relied on to bear news of war and weather. The Pigeon Eyes or Mata Puna depicted on these tapestries serve to protect their homes and crops.
A light-weight cotton denim shift dress featuring our signature Cloud motif pocket.
A beautiful rattan piece woven by Rianti Kapan.
Our duo patterned pocket square.
Handwoven with filament silk and Lurex metallic threads.
Gula Apong (Palm Sugar) is derived from the Nipah Palm (Nypa Fruticans) commonly found in the coastlines and mangroves of Sarawak. Gula Apong can be described as having a subtle salted caramel flavour.