Handmade from acid-free kozo/pulp with added starch and brushed with persimmon tannin to make it water repellent. Kyoseishi is a popular paper for bookbinding, lampshades, and collage. It can also be sewn into purses, or into artwork with other papers. Its durability comes from both the strength of the kozo fiber, and the handmade process. Making Kyosei by hand allows the fibers to interlock, so that the paper is never weak in any one direction. Available in 20 beautifully rich colors.
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