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Handmade Paper Milling Tradition Continues In Echizen City

FUKUI, JAPAN - JULY 04: A worker boils the bark of mulberry wood at a mill that produces handmade paper at Iwano Heizaburo Seishi Sho Company in Echizen paper village on July 4, 2011 in Fukui, Japan. Washi paper is a tough paper, used for traditional Japanese arts such as Origami and Shodo, most commonly made from bark of the mulberry, gampi or mitsumata. The paper milling process is a traditional craft of the Echizen people dating back 1500 years which continues today along with modern paper manufacturing. Echizen city is home to many paper businesses, as well as the cultural museum of paper and papyrus centre where visitors can make their own paper. (Photo by Buddhika Weerasinghe/Getty Images)
Handmade Paper Milling Tradition Continues In Echizen City
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