Washi for room/wall

Nishinouchi kami

It is said that Deputy General Mr. Mitsukuni Mito in Edo era named the " Nishinouchi" paper because it started to be made in Nishinouchi, Ibaraki prefecture, and it is also called Hyakujho paper. It is 100% handmade Kozo paper, and was used for merchant notebook and ballots in the old days, but nowadays it is used exclusively as a Japanese traditional tea room and a memorial paper because it is expensive washi paper.

Minato Kami

It was named Minato Kami because it began to be made in Minato of Sakai, Osaka. Today, it is mainly made in the Echizen region. It is mainly used for the traditional Japanese tea rooms together with Nishinouchi and the underlaying of sliding doors.

Sukiiro Kami (Yamato Mingeishi)

It is Echizen (Fukui prefecture) washi paper made by stubbornly following the traditional manufacturing method. It is a handmade washi paper with a solid warmth and taste. We have collected 33 colors. It can be used for various purposes such as waist sticking, wall covering, and shoji paper.

Maniai gami

Maniai gami is a high-quality paper mixed with unique soil that can only be collected from Najio, Hyogo Prefecture, and its advanced technology is still inherited. There is a blue type made of mitsumata and pulp with blue soil (kabuta soil) used for the lining of fusuma, and a white type made of domestic ganpi with white soil (Higashikubo soil) used for the lining of fusuma. By plowing in the mud together, a paper that does not stainBy plowing in the mud together, a paper that does not stain, does not get sunburned, is resistant to fire, and has high long-term storage is produced., does not get sunburned, is resistant to fire, and has high long-term storage is produced.

Bunko shi (Tatou shi)

A solid and thick paper mainly used for wrapping kimono and cloth. It has good breathability and has the role of removing moisture from the kimono. It is also called tatou paper (tatami paper). Previously it was also used on the cover of notebooks.

Kasuiri Kami & Kozo Kawairi Kami

The black skin of mulberry is called dregs, and This paper is mixed and strained it . The skin of mulberry is sometimes called dust, and in that case it is also called dust paper. Japanese paper with a unique texture due to the black skin of mulberry in the generated paper. It used to be used for wrapping paper, but nowadays it is used for various purposes because of its simple taste.


Doubari paper is a paper that reinforces the entire bone base by reinforcing it as if it were lined with fusuma or folding screen. For high-class fusuma and folding screens, weakly pulled paper like Maniai paper and Minato paper were used, but nowadays, Wamp (recycled paper colored with navy blue is used as a popular product. Our product is a very easy-to-use product that is a double-layered combination of Cyauke and Doubari.