The name of this paper derives from Tairei no Gi, a ceremony of enthronement, of the Emperor Shōwa. The surface of the paper is studded with a lot of beautiful fibers called “Hana” (literally, flower). This paper is elegant and imposing at the same time.
We have many colours, paper thickness and patterns. You can enjoy the Japanese beauty within a lot of ways of use of this paper such as writing, printing, decoration, creation and wrapping.