Mix & Match Washi Paper Pack
A huge pack of various types and sizes of washi papers which are irresistible for paper lovers including us! These beautiful washi papers would be great for adorning your journal pages, scrapbooking, rubber stamping, collaging, card making, and many other occasions.
Awagami washi papers are made by using renewable fibers such as Kozo, Bamboo, Mitsumata, Gampi and Hemp, yielding sheets of expressive surface and impressive character. They are beautiful and versatile enough to be used for almost any creative project you can come up with, from adorning your pages to greeting cards, packaging or simply place it on your desk.
We hope you will enjoy journaling, scrapbooking, origami and paper crafts with your hands at these traditional Japanese washi papers. Please do use them they way you want to as the possibilities are limitless!
Crafting traditional papers for contemporary life
Located in the heart of Tokushima, Japan, Awagami Factory has been producing high quality papers since the 18th century. Awagami has a very long knowledge that has been passed throughout the different generations, which allows them to focus on the high quality of the unique washi paper that they provide to the different markets, and integrate washi paper into contemporary society and is known as a modern-day facilitator of washi culture.
Washi Paper & the Environment
Awagami washi paper is an "Intangible Cultural Property" of Tokushima, Japan.
Since antiquity, Japanese washi has been made from renewable plant resources that grow to maturity in 1-2 years. When compared to wood-based papers (that take dozens of years to mature and require many chemicals), washi is created with significantly less harm to our environment in a clean and eco-friendly manner.
Content: 500gsm mixture of various types of washi papers
*Each pack might contain different variations/types, different sizes, different colours of papers.
*Please note due to the handmade nature of these papers, there may be slight size, colour and texture variations with each sheet.
Made in Japan, by Awagami Factory