Navy blue chiyogami yuzen paper. A wave pattern representing one of the most traditional motifs of the Edo period: samekomon, lines of small dots forming overlapping semicircles that remind us of the rough skin of a shark.
Washi paper with long, very flexible and resilient fibers, made by machine with Kozo fibers and sulphites. Then screen-printed by hand in as many steps as colors included in the design.
Due to production techniques, complete chiyogami washi paper sheets (of 97cmx65cm) have a framework of about 1 cm in white . The dimensions specified here refer to the printed side. The measures and weight are approximate, as they may vary slightly from one manufacturer to another.
• Origin: Japan
•Unit size (cm): 63x47.5 approx. (half sheet)
• Weight ( gsm): 70 approx .
• Material: Kozo fiber and sulphites paper
• Uses: Decoration, gifts, origami, customizing objects, scrapbooking.
If you order 2, 4, 6...units, they will be supplied in full sheets of 95cmx63cm approx .