Japanese paper

Traditionally, Japanese paper is hand-made paper produced from low-growing plants. The term “washi” used for Japanese paper in general describes all papers made in this country. Today, the term Japanese paper implies thin, slightly transparent paper, hand-made as well as produced mechanically.
Japanese paper – sheets
Japanese paper sheets without an alkaline buffer, weight 9.0 gsm, machine glazed single-sided. Suitable as interleaving sheets for archiving, conservation and preservation purposes – for example to laminate objects, repair cracks and fissures and also to mount objects such as graphics and photographs etc.
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Japanese paper – on reels
Japanese paper without an alkaline buffer, rolled on narrow reels, weight 9.0 gsm, width 2 or 3 cm, reel length 150 m. Suitable as interleaving sheets for archiving, conservation and preservation purposes – for example to laminate objects, to repair cracks and fissures and also to mount objects such as graphics and photographs etc.
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