Ryozu Yanase 

Ryozu Yanase

A small family paper-producing workshop, situated among other facilities on the picturesque hills of Echizen. It was founded 80 years ago by the grandfather of the current owner, Ryozo Yanase. The work starts early morning, at 5:30 and ends after sunset. As Yasuhiro Yanase says, such rhythm has worked for centuries and it works today, too.

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A small family paper-producing workshop, situated among other facilities on the picturesque hills of Echizen. It was founded 80 years ago by the grandfather of the current owner, Ryozo Yanase. The work starts early morning, at 5:30 and ends after sunset. As Yasuhiro Yanase says, such rhythm has worked for centuries and it works today, too.

The workshop makes several types of paper – from a beautiful fishnet-like mizutama, to dyed and wrinkled papers. The artisans look all the time for new solutions and implementations, however all processes are entirely hand-operated.

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57,29 zł

Mizutama – a decorative fishnet-like paper. Patterns resemble lace and are created by falling drops of water.

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57,29 zł

Mizutama – a decorative fishnet-like paper. Patterns resemble lace and are created by falling drops of water.

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57,29 zł

Mizutama – a decorative fishnet-like paper. Patterns resemble lace and are created by falling drops of water.

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57,29 zł

Mizutama – a decorative fishnet-like paper. Patterns resemble lace and are created by falling drops of water.

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57,29 zł

Mizutama – a decorative fishnet-like paper. Patterns resemble lace and are created by falling drops of water.

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The sample book contains 13 types of paper, including 7 plain (uniform in terms of composition and color) and 6 decorative.

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