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WHITE PAPER
Fine Art Paper
A.I.J.P. Inkjet Paper
Roll Paper
DECORATIVE PAPER
Kyoseishi
Shin Inbe
Asarakusui
Mingeishi
Unryushi
Hand Dyed Paper
Decorative White
STATIONERY
Letterset / Postcard
Calender
Notebook
Washi Set
PAPERMAKING MATERIAL AND KIT
Papermaking Set
papermaking Material
INTERIOR
A-Wall
Tesuki

Awagami Interior A-WALL

Washi has enriched people’s lives for more than 1000 years
in Japan. It is a beautiful organic material with traditional elegance and ecological conscience.

Awagami Factory has tried to reformat this traditional material by assimilating the texture which has been kept through the ages with modern sensibility.
We would like to present "A-WALL" as a wall covering, which can provide a comfortable modern living and interior spaces.






shuro The atmosphere of rough surface with rice straw.
Total 7 items
gen

Cray wall-style wall paper with wood chips.
Total 7 items

wara

Cray wall-style with earthy and natural touch.
Total 7 items

kozo

The elegant, fine texture characteristic of kozo.
Total 4 items

basho

Contained beautiful and elegant hemp fiber.
Total 4 items

juraku

Utilized the unique texture of Juraku soil.
Total 4 items

yanagi

Traditional fine wring pattern.
Total 2 items

rakusui

Stripe pattern which naturally made from traditional method of papermaking.
Total 2 items

susa

Natural and soft textured wall paper with kozo, recycled paper, sawdust and straw.
Total 2 items

chiri

The quintessential washi product featuring a rough texture with a rustic feel.
Total 2 items

manyo

Made to express the atmosphere of handmade paper.
Total 2 items

  osusa

Wall covering with kozo, recycled paper and rush grasses.
Total 2 items

unmo

Handmade wall paper with kozo barks.
Make to order only.
Total 2 items

miyabi

Handmade wall paper with gold and sliver leafs.
Make to order only.
Total 2 items



Washi wallpaper should be applied according to normal methods used for standard wallpaper. As Washi is made from natural materials, the finished texture may vary slightly.

Base treatment
- Some substances arising from a mortar or plywood base may cause the wallpaper to discolor. Please be sure to apply sealant on such surfaces.

Glue
- The glue for washi should be at least as strong as that ordinarily used for vinyl cloth wallpaper, but used in slightly greater quantity.
- After gluing the paper, lay it in large loose folds to prevent fold marks. Do not place heavy objects on the folded paper.
- After the paper has been glued, leave it for about ten minutes before applying it to the wall.

Application
- Use a soft brush to spread the paper evenly on the wall. Do not use a metal spatula or other hard tools.
- Do not run a roller over joints with undue force.
- The wallpaper should be hung join to join, but if an overlapping edge must be cut off, use glue-free tape to keep the edge from sticking to the surface.
- To finish, use a well-wrung damp sponge to gently wipe away any excess glue.

* For "A-wall Unmo" and "A-wall Miyabi", please see the TESUKI.