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Japanese Mulberry (Kozo) Papers

Kozo bark (also known as Mulberry) is used in approximately 90% of the washi made today. Kozo was originally found in the mountain wilderness of Shikoku and Kyusu Islands. It became a cultivated plant used especially for paper and cloth making. Today Kozo (Mulberry) is sought after by artists and conservators because of its strength, translucency, and absorbency.

50 Products

Hosokawa Ohban Paper
$13.93 to $18.40
Kaji Natural Paper
$5.12 to $6.82
Kawasaki Paper
$4.65 to $6.24
Kozo #8 Paper
$9.69 to $11.98
Kozo Kashmir Paper
$2.75 to $3.72
Matsuo Paper
$13.95 to $15.25
Minota Cream Paper
$3.75 to $4.76