Go for the natural washi tape as the Moon Susuki party approaches
Washi tape literally translates as “adhesive tape”. Its ancestor is Japanese paper (wa = Japanese and shi = paper). Born in Japan during the Nora period, in the middle of the 7th century, washi paper was mainly used for accounting. Today, it is more used for writing and drawing.
The susuki pattern refers to the party of the same name (or Moon Festival). This plant is the decoration closely associated with this Japanese event. It is appreciated for its elegance and simplicity. This symbol is used on many Japanese garments and in festive decorations.
The package contains a roll of Japanese washi paper
Washi is made from mulberry fibers (kozo)
Measurements: 1.5 cm x 5 m
Here are our suggestions for getting the most out of Japanese adhesive tape:
🇯🇵 Adhesive tape is very often used in manual activities such as scrapbooking. This art consists of gluing and assembling different objects and supports with a very visual result: personalized photo album, custom poster, etc.
🇯🇵 If you're not a creative saver, here's a super simple tip that makes a small effect: hang souvenir photos on the wall and use Japanese washi paper to frame them or position a piece of tape at the corners.
🇯🇵 See things much bigger and do Wall Art. This artistic discipline consists of representing illustrations on a wall and in life-size dimensions. For example, you can draw inspiration from origami (folds of Japanese paper ) to create animal representations to start with.
🇯🇵 To discover even more adhesive tape patterns, we advise you to take a look at our collection of washi tape. It is full of patterns directly inspired by Japanese culture: local flora, decorative style...
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