48 Sheet Pad of Rice Paper, 12 1/8” x 18 1/4” (6JM)


As early as the sixth century, the Japanese were making paper for a multitude of artistic and practical uses. They produced not only fine writing, painting and printing papers, but papers for umbrellas, lanterns, screens and even raincoats.

Japanese rice papers are made with long fibers, making them strong enough to hold up to a variety of art processes. One side is very smooth and the reverse is a rough finish. Printmakers prefer its absorbency, strength and versatility. Great for use in Sumi-E, calligraphy and paper crafts. Painters also like it for ink, watercolor and lettering.

Uses: Sumi-e, calligraphy, paper crafts, ink painting, watercolor, lettering. (Not recommended for Suminagashi.)

Sizing: Unsized

GSM: 45

Sheet size: 12 1/8" x 18 1/4"

Sheet count: 48 sheets per pad