WASHI paper

Inglewood Art carries a variety of paper under the umbrella term Rice paper (Kozo, Mulberry) including bleached and unbleached papers alongside patterned decorative Washi paper (Chiyogami and Katazome). The papers we carry are slightly absorbent and work well for collage and mixed media works.


18x24" | Various patterns


CHIyogami 70g

18x24" | Various patterns


Kizuki Kozo 43g

24x39" | Sized  | White


Katzome-Shi literally means stencil-dyed (katazome) papers (-shi). Developed during the 20th century in Kyoto, based on traditional kimono printing techniques, Katazome-shi is still made there today. These richly coloured papers are printed by hand, one colour at a time, using persimmon-dyed kozo as the stencils, and aided by paste and "Kojiro" (soy bean juice), the pigments absorb deeply into the paper to produce long-lasting colour.

Chiyogami inspired by textile and kimono patterns which include symbolic and seasonal motifs

Mizoki KOZO 45g

25x37" | Bleached & Unbleached


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