Awagami Factory Murakumo Kozo Select White Paper (A3+, 13 x 19", 10 Sheets)

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Awagami Factory Murakumo Kozo Select White Paper (A3+, 13 x 19", 10 Sheets)
Key Features
  • Japanese Washi-Style Paper
  • 90% Kozo and 10% Pulp Base
  • Basis Weight: 42 gsm
  • Thickness: 6.3 mil
A traditional Japanese washi-style paper, Murakumo Kozo Select White Paper from Awagami Factory is made from 90% premium kozo and 10% pulp, resulting in a soft textured surface that aids in creating the distinct look and feel of antique documents and artwork. It is extremely lightweight at just 42 gsm but manages to maintain excellent strength. Also, it features a thickness of 6.3 mil and has a white color without the use of optical brightening agents. The matte media is pH neutral as well for longevity.
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Awagami Factory Murakumo Kozo Select White Paper (A3+, 13 x 19", 10 Sheets)

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Awagami Factory Murakumo Kozo Overview

A traditional Japanese washi-style paper, Murakumo Kozo Select White Paper from Awagami Factory is made from 90% premium kozo and 10% pulp, resulting in a soft textured surface that aids in creating the distinct look and feel of antique documents and artwork. It is extremely lightweight at just 42 gsm but manages to maintain excellent strength. Also, it features a thickness of 6.3 mil and has a white color without the use of optical brightening agents. The matte media is pH neutral as well for longevity.

This paper is available here as a 10-pack of A3+, 13 x 19" sheets.

Awagami Factory Murakumo Kozo Specs

MaterialAlpha Cellulose
Basis Weight42 gsm
Thickness6.3 mil / 0.16 mm
Single/Double-SidedSingle
OBA ContentNo
Surface FinishMatte
Quantity10 Sheets
Sheet Size (W x L)12.99 x 19.02" / 33 x 48.3 cm
Packaging Info
Package Weight1 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)19.1 x 13.3 x 0.8"
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