Fashionable adult etiquette
It is a beautiful paper with glittering mica printing.
"Mica printing" is a technique in which glossy powder such as mica is sprinkled on the surface of the printed paint before it dries to create a glittering effect. In the old days, the woodblock was rubbed with egg white, sprinkled with mica powder, and after drying, the excess powder was shaken off.
Currently, Tokuriki Print Museum uses its own technique to reproduce mica printing.
There are three different patterns: Cloisonne (unbleached), Torai Shimamon (white), and Aoi (white). All of them are simple but timeless designs. You can use it properly according to the purpose.
Of course, it can be used for tea and dinner, but it can also be used as a small wrapping paper, memo paper, or a one-stroke notepad, so it is very convenient.
In recent years, more and more people are incorporating kaishi into their daily lives.
How about starting a life with kaishi on this occasion?
| Variations |
a.Replacement cloisonne crest (Kinari paper)
b. Imported striped pattern (blank paper)
c. Aoi ( blank paper )
| Materials |
| Actual size |
Height 9 x Width 14.5cm
| Package |
| Features |
Kira-zuri is a traditional Japanese printing technique using mica powder. It is a beautiful kaishi paper with glitter. 20 pieces
| Others |
Since it is paper, it is of course suitable for use at tea ceremonies. Please use it for various purposes such as handkerchiefs, tissue paper, stationery, etc.
| About delivery date |
If in stock: Ships within 7 days If not in stock: 40 days
Please check before ordering
-About colors and images-
We strive to reproduce the real thing as much as possible, but there may be slight differences in color tone depending on your monitor.
-Cancellation, returns and exchanges-
If you receive a product that is different from what you ordered, or if the product is damaged, we will accept a return or exchange if you contact us within 7 days. We cannot accept returns or exchanges for any other reason.
When the product arrives, please check the product first.