Tengucho, White, 25” x 38”, 10gsm
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Tengucho is the thinnest paper made in Japan, 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. This paper is acid-free and machine-made of pure kozo pulp. 10 gsm with cut edges.