This pretty Japanese paper is patterned with ajania chrysanthemums (or isogiku ) with turquoise blue, magenta and mustard yellow petals and duck blue and light green foliage on a white background .
Washi (from wa , Japanese and shi , paper) is the Japanese word for traditional Japanese papers made from long fibers mainly from the kozo (mulberry tree).
To discover more about the art of Japanese paper , its manufacturing and its particularities, find our article “Japanese Washi paper” on the blog.
Screen-printed by hand , this paper is very flexible and resistant at the same time and lends itself to all kinds of creative hobbies such as origami, cardboard, scrapbooking or customizing objects and furniture.
Some ideas for creations and DIYs using Japanese paper that you can make :
Make origami cranes , this bird so typical of Japanese art, by following this tutorial for folding the origami crane .
Also discover our Crane Garland Kits , which bring together the necessary quantity of paper, nicely matched and cut to useful sizes as well as the specialized materials you will need to create a garland of 7 origami cranes, while being accompanied by a tutorial to assist you step-by-step in your creation.
Create your own Origami Tassel Pendants thanks to this DIY on the blog.
Also discover our Creative Tassel Kits , which include per kit: the quantity of papers needed, nicely matched and cut to useful sizes as well as the specialized materials you will need to create 5 origami tassel suspensions, while being accompanied by a tutorial for assist you step-by-step in your creation.
Order a personalized Japanese light fixture (wall light, lampshade or table lamp) in the Japanese paper of your choice which will be handcrafted in our store in Paris.
- THE colors of this Japanese paper are exclusively developed by Adeline Klam
- Reference : M994
- Screen printed on the front / white on the back
2 dimensions available in store or on the e-shop:
- Large sheet > 96cm by 64cm
- Half sheet > 48cm by 64cm
- Grammage : 80g/ m2
- Made in Japan in traditional factories in Kyoto province
- Delivery in rolls: our half or large sheets are delivered rolled and protected by tissue paper and corrugated cardboard (delivered neither folded nor cut).