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Kihoku Senkashi (Ogura Nakasenshi), Oni no Kowagami (Japanese paper)

Kihoku Senkashi (Ogura Nakasenshi), Oni no Kowagami (Japanese paper)
  • Kihoku Senkashi (Ogura Nakasenshi), Oni no Kowagami (Japanese paper)

Lifestyle Miscellaneous Goods / Washi (Japanese paper)

Shape
Material for technical art, handcraft and handicraft. Application for clothing and accessories and novelties by secondary processing. about the same size with A3 size. Hardness and thickness changes depending on the purpose. These factors are negotiable.
Purpose
 
Features
Kihoku Senkashi: Produced by traditional methods such as river exposure and Sun-dried. Onino Kowagami: Kihoku Senkashi was treated with persimmon tannin to improve antibacterial and water resistance. Secondary processing results in a unique texture like leatherwork.
Color variation
The color intensity varies depending on the number of times of processing.(The color increases in depth over time)
Materials
Broussonetia kazinoki.Senkashi (Atsukouzoshi), Kakishibu,Shibuzumi
Form of wrapping
1 sheets clear PP packaging
Supply capacity
600 sheets / year
Awards received, Authorizations,etc.
 
Desireble retail price
Kihoku Senkashi(Japanese paper) 273yen/1sheet.Normal size 1 sheet 1,091 yen.Price Changed by thickness and hardness and color processing time and need consultation.
Minimum lots
Please inquire
Delivery-date
Onino Kowagami: Production period is from May to November.Handmade Japanese paper(Senkashi):Production period is from December to April.In principle, made to order.Order received in December, delivery is the fastest at the end of May.

Kihoku Senkashi (Ogura Nakasenshi), Oni no Kowagami (Japanese paper)

Kihoku Senkashi Hozonkai

Strong craft paper. Reproduction of unique astringent paper like leather.

"Senkashi" is paper used by farmers living in this area as cloth substitutes for towels and trays for dry goods in the Edo period. Although it had disappeared for a while, the Kihoku Senkashi Preservation Society was revived as "Kihoku Senkashi" in 1986. It almost reproduces traditional methods such as river exposure, unbleached, and sun-drying. In addition, reprinted shibugami paper that has antibacterial and water-resistant properties made from Senkashi, following the technique of persimmon tannin processing used in the Edo period. "Onino Kowagami" was completed as a secondary processed product using the Shibugami process. Processing like leatherwork is also possible.

Person in charge : Hirano Kunihiko

Telephone number : 090-9773-4609

Strong craft paper. Reproduction of unique astringent paper like leather.

"Senkashi" is paper used by farmers living in this area as cloth substitutes for towels and trays for dry goods in the Edo period. Although it had disappeared for a while, the Kihoku Senkashi Preservation Society was revived as "Kihoku Senkashi" in 1986. It almost reproduces traditional methods such as river exposure, unbleached, and sun-drying. In addition, reprinted shibugami paper that has antibacterial and water-resistant properties made from Senkashi, following the technique of persimmon tannin processing used in the Edo period. "Onino Kowagami" was completed as a secondary processed product using the Shibugami process. Processing like leatherwork is also possible.