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Kizuki Hosho – the highest quality paper, hand-made, made by Ichibei Iwano – the Living National Treasure. Made in 100% of the Japanese kozo.
Kizuki – the term referring to the traditional handmade papers, produced exclusively from kozo fibres.
Hosho – in the past, this term was used to define documents exchanged between the emperor’s court and shoguns. Now it denotes paper, which for the reason of a very good quality is used to make graphic reproductions (including wood engravings), in calligraphy and conservation of works of art.
|grammage||from 50 to 100 g/m²|
|dimension||length 50-60 cm., width to 50 cm|
|papermaking process||handmade paper|
|detailed information||100% Japanese kozo from Ibaraki prefecture, 75 g/m², dimensions 44 cm x 55,5 cm, deckled eges,|
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