Tengucho White by Awagami
The thinnest paper made in Japan is specifically designed for conservation and restoration of documents. It was invented during Japan's Edo period (1603-1867) by Genta Yoshii, and was designated as a cultural asset in 1976. Machine-made from pure kozo pulp, it is white in color and acid-free. It has 2 cut edges and 2 deckle edges.
(1) 25" x 38", 10gm/m² sheet
*** To ensure that your paper will arrive without damage to edges or corners, we have a 10-SHEET MINIMUM on all shipped sheet paper orders. You can select any combination of papers, colors and sizes to make up the 10-sheet minimum, unless stated otherwise. ***