JapanBargain 1992

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JapanBargain 1992, Chinese Japanese Brush Calligraphy Rice Paper Sumi Painting Practice Paper Ink Stamping Paper Made in Japan, 100 Sheets
PROS
  • 36 REVIEWS RICE PAPER
  • 11 REVIEWS TISSUE PAPER
  • 14 REVIEWS GOOD QUALITY
  • 3 REVIEWS MARBLING KIT
  • 10 REVIEWS CHINESE CALLIGRAPHY
  • 17 REVIEWS WORKED WELL
  • 4 REVIEWS LITTLE BIT
  • 8 REVIEWS BRUSH PAINTING
  • 8 REVIEWS CHINESE BRUSH
  • 7 REVIEWS TRACING PAPER
  • 3 REVIEWS PERFECT CONDITION
  • 4 REVIEWS SUPER THIN
  • 21 REVIEWS NICE PAPER
  • 5 REVIEWS USE THIS PAPER FOR SUMINAGASHI
  • 39 REVIEWS CALLIGRAPHY PAPER
  • 7 REVIEWS LIKE TISSUE
  • 7 REVIEWS SMOOTH SIDE
  • 7 REVIEWS JAPANESE CALLIGRAPHY
  • 3 REVIEWS THIN AND SOAKS
  • 4 REVIEWS WELL FOR THAT PURPOSE

Description

Japanese Calligraphy Rice Paper perfect for Practice Japanese Shodo or Chinese Brush Calligraphy

Top Positive Review


I purchased this paper for use in making Japanese lantern shoji panels. For this purpose, it worked pretty well for me. The thickness is such that it lets through plenty of light, but it a little bit more fragile that i would have liked. Given that more thickness likely means less light, I value more light for my particular application of this product.

Top Critical Review


Very bad quality, supper thin, like a tissue paper. I accidentally used 3 papers ink went through all of them show as the first picture, used two papers easily, ink went through too. The third picture shows the back side of the paper, same as the front side. I can only use it as practice paper not drawing on it.

Customer Questions & Answers


Is this a good paper for layering on a watercolor project?
Answer: Not sure it would be a good paper for layering on watercolor project as it is very fragile when wet.

Is this edible? To use on cakes?
Answer:

Dear customer
Thank you for inquiry .
This product is not edible .??

Have you ever put a sheet through a laser printer? I like the texture and transparancy, and intend to print and then affix it as collage.
Answer: I would not recommend it. It is very thin, longer than standard paper and very flexible. It probably is not stiff or sturdy enough for a printer. Best to print what you want then possibly, trace it onto this paper using a paint brush and light ink. Preferably traditional Japanese ink that comes in a block.

Is this paper good for ink marbling?
Answer: NO. this paper is for Japanese/Chinese brush painting. I use photo paper for marbling.

Does ink bleed through the paper? Want to use it over Spencerian practice notebooks with flex tip fountain pen, need something I can see through.
Answer: you can see through it but yes it bleeds and is, well, not good paper for anything I can think of yet. India ink goes right through it and it is NOT for marblizing!

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