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These acid-free Oriental papers are strong and absorbent. They are made in the centuries-old Japanese tradition.
Hosho is a traditional kozo (mulberry fiber) paper that doesn’t shrink or tear easily, making it ideal for woodblock or line printing. Hosho paper is sized.
Kozo rice paper is highly absorbent, making it ideal for calligraphy and watercolor painting. Kozo paper is not sized.
Unryu rice paper has been used for centuries in Japan for creating Shoji screens and is extremely strong, thanks to molded-in fibers. It’s excellent for calligraphy, sumi-e, watercolors, and a good choice for crafts too. Unryu paper is not sized.
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from Islamorada fl
Comments about Yasutomo Sumi Painting Paper Rolls:
Liked the product, but has many seams that allowed for wasted product.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Nice texture, super absorbant for acrylics
would not buy again
It completely fell apart into strings and particles as I was using it.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Merchant response: Thank you for taking the time to share your experience with this paper. We'd love to have some further information about your application to make sure the paper you've received from us is performing as it should. We hope you'll give us a call at 1-800-933-2542 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Product Specialists are available weekdays from 8am to 5:30pm CST, and they're happy to troubleshoot!
Very fast and efficient, all the way to Australia...
Sumi-e painting... The edges do bleed a little when the ink is applied but satisfactory.
Watercoloring Japanese paper
from Kopavogur, Iceland
I like to watercolor on the Japanese paper because of it´s transparency and how well it absorbs the color.
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Japanese paper hanging in windows
ordered because of width
from Taos, NM 87571
The paper is fine for the purpose of printing that I am needing now....mainly to try out different techniques and to see how the work prints. It is inexpensive and the 18" width makes it possible to try a larger plate. Good to learn on.
I like the Sume-i Paper Roll
from New Port Richey, FL
I like the paper roll, it is a very nice quality of paper for Sume-i painting. This paper does not bleed as badly as other papers I have used. I am very happy with Yasutomo paper and their products.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
I use this product for high school batik projects.
By SJ the Art Teacher
from Germantown, Ohio
The paper holds up well for a high school batik/rice paper/water color project. It absorbs both the wax and water colors well. It is fragile while wet, but strong when dry. It can take repeated wax and paint steps, up to 8 paint/wax layers and still remain in tact.
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(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
By Pat the inker!
from Chicago, IL
Use for sumi ink figure drawings.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
BEST QUALITY EVER
from Indian Rocks Beach, FL
i use this product for collage, usually to apply it over an already finished paper collage as a way to get a hazy visual effect. This product accomplishes the mission awesomely. It s very absorbent of the adhesive product I use and at the same time it's strong enough to keep its virtue once manipulated. I definitely reccommend it
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