Inshu-Washi lamp Exhibition 2019

Washi is traditional Japanese paper. The word “washi” comes from wa meaning ‘Japanese’ and shi meaning ‘paper’. The term is used to describe paper that uses local fiber, processed by hand and made in the traditional manner. Washi is made using fibers from the inner bark of the gampi tree, the mitsumata shrub (Edgeworthia chrysantha), or the paper mulberry (kōzo) bush. [1] As a Japanese craft it registered as a UNESCO intangible cultural heritage.

Last updated: 20 December, 2018

12 January, 2019 - 24 March, 2019


Adult: 300 yen, elementary, junior high and high schools: 150 yen

Aoya washi studio

313 Yamane, Aoya-cho, Totrorl 689-0514