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Sample pack Awagami A4 18 Sheets

15,60 "Excluding Vat"
AIP Traditional Japanese papers AIJP sampler of Awagami’s professional-grade washi paper for inkjet printing. The papers may be used with both pigment ink & dye based inks and produce high quality prints while maintaining the unique tactile feel of organic washi. This set includes virtually the entire AIJP collection: 16 machinemade + 2 handmade AIJP washi papers (thickness range: 0.13mm to 0.68mm). As washi papers are made of purely natural materials, very subtle variations do occasionally occur.

Bamboo 170 DUO A4 20 Sheets

18,74 "Excluding Vat"
Japanese bamboo-fiber paper Bamboo Paper is a smooth, organic paper created for artists and designers. The paper is manufactured of bamboo fibers according to the highest standards of longevity and archivability.

Bamboo 250 DUO A4 20 Sheets

23,30 "Excluding Vat"
Japanese bamboo-fiber paper Bamboo Paper is a smooth, organic paper created for artists and designers. The paper is manufactured of bamboo fibers according to the highest standards of longevity and archivability.

Kozo Double-Layered 96gsm 30gsm (For Extra-Thin Prints) A4 20 Sheets

51,63 "Excluding Vat"
Kozo Double-Layered is two-layered paper with its printable side composed of 100% kozo fiber. A back peel-away sheet back is made from pulp and discarded after separating. Separate the layers from one corner fist and attach to middle of a tube or cylinder. Slowly roll tube with paper across the sheet to gently pull the layers apart as you roll. A very unique sheet, this paper is typically used for fine art, backlit photography, sculptural printworks, reproduction of fine art prints, scrolls and antique replicas. *After peeling, the printed sheet will be approximately 1/3 third the original thickness. How-to video here:

Mitsumata White Double Layered A4 20 Sheets

55,62 "Excluding Vat"
Mitsumata White Double Layered is an elegant smooth washi with a warm tone and very subtle gloss. The top printable side is made from 100% Japanese Mitsumata fiber while the back (peel-away) side of pulp is discarded after separating. Separate the layers from one corner fist and attach to middle of a tube or cylinder. Slowly roll tube with paper across the sheet to gently pull the layers apart as you roll. A very unique sheet, this paper is typically used for fine art, backlit photography, sculptural printworks, reproduction of fine art prints, scrolls and antique replicas. *After peeling, the printed sheet will be approximately 1/3 third the original thickness.