Washi (和紙) is traditional Japanese paper. It has a long history of 1,300 years and has been widely used in modern art and handmade products. Japan’s new washi paper-making technique involved adding more textiles and plant-based materials to the production process, such as kozo (mulberry) and gampi fibers to help strengthen the paper, extend its longevity, and increase its versatility. It is also registered as a UNESCO intangible cultural heritage.
This collect of ornament is made using traditional Japanese washi paper with exquisite craftsmanship. Even if they are made of the same paper, the products will be slightly different, therefore, unique. All is original and handmade.