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A washi paper manufacturer in Yamanashi, (well-known as a washi production area with a history of 1,000 years), has developed a washi paper that does not tear even if it gets wet. This paper, originally intended for shoji screens, is made from wood pulp and polyolefin fiber, and is made by the process of making washi paper. It features softness, suppleness and water resistance and is very difficult to tear. By crumpling it a new texture is created.

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