Collection: Paper and Books

Chiyogami and origami papers are distinctive forms of traditional Japanese papers with specific purposes. Chiyogami is known for its vivid patterns and colors, often used in crafts and decoration, showcasing intricate designs that may include florals, geometric shapes, and natural elements. Origami paper is tailored for paper folding, available in a variety of colors and sometimes patterns, enabling the creation of complex figures and shapes through the art of folding. Both types of paper play significant roles in Japanese culture, reflecting the intricacy and aesthetic sensibilities unique to Japanese art and tradition.