Paper - Artist Testing Pack
These pieces of traditional washi (Japanese paper) are from Oguni Village in Niigata prefecture on the snowy coast of the Japan Sea. They are painstakingly made from 100% kozo (mulberry) bark, much of which is grown locally by the papermaker. This family is committed to preserving the 1400-year-old tradition of making high quality washi. Try Oguni Washi for printmaking, drawing, dyeing stitching, painting with sumi ink, acrylic and watercolour.