Washi Paper Rolls

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Washi is a style of paper that has been used throughout Japanese history in a wide variety of applications. These Shuji Gami and Shoji Gami paper rolls are made from the Kozo, also known as the Paper Mulberry Tree. These papers are translucent white in color, feature a smooth surface on one side, and a slight tooth on the other. Shuji Gami and Shoji Gami are uniquely suited for Sumi-E, watercolor, and Asian calligraphy.

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Product Questions and Answers

What is the difference between shoji and shuji gami paper?

- Asked by Kate on 03-Nov-13
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Shoji is a strong translucent paper used in making partitions and screens. Shuji is more for doing artwork such as calligraphy and watercolor.

- Answered by MisterArt on 06-Nov-13

Is there any imprint on this paper, I need it to be all clear.

- Asked by renate Leduck on 11-Sep-13
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It is not smooth paper as there is a pronounced texture, but there is no imprint.

- Answered by MisterArt on 13-Sep-13

Can I use these papers for printing woodcuts?

- Asked by Mead McCabe on 31-Aug-13
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If the ink is water-based then I am sure you could use this paper, which is recommended for sumi and calligraphy.

- Answered by MisterArt on 02-Sep-13

Does this paper have the texture that rice paper generally has?

- Asked by Hanifah on 27-May-13
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On one side it is smooth like calligraphy paper and should take ink. The other side has a finish similar to mulberry paper.

- Answered by MisterArt on 28-May-13

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