I remember my dad visiting the Japanese Paper Place in Toronto and carrying out these treasured papers, made from Kozo fibre from the inner bark of mulberry trees in Japan they are a robust 300g weight
These papers are made in Toyama prefecture, formerly called Etchu. With deckle edges on all sides it has a distinctive laid line on one face and is plain on the reverse. Traditionally used as a postcard Etchu Card is ideal for drawing and painting, relief and screen printing and for mounting collages
Mini papers- 2.25”x3.74” Traditionally used in Japan for hand-lettered business cards this small thick card works well for most techniques from relief printing to painting and collage. An ideal size for the lightweight traveller.