The nagashizuki method of making paper is an ancient Japanese artform created by using kozo and neri as a viscous formation aid. The strong yet flexible paper is firmly rooted in the Japanese culture and admired for its versatility and expressiveness. 

 

It is roughly 14" x 17" inches, unsized. It is recomended for monotype, chine collè, relief, natural dyeing, lining spines of books and as a backing to make bookcloth. 

 

Since each sheet is made by hand, quantities are limited. If our current inventory doesn't fulfil your demand, please contact us at 216.361.9255 or program@morganconservatory.org

Nagashizuki (Washi)

$7.00Price
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Morgan Art of Papermaking Conservatory & Educational Foundation | 1754 E. 47th Street, Cleveland, Ohio 44103  |  Phone 216.361.9255

 

Hours of Operation: 10 am - 4 pm, Tuesday - Saturday