Japanese Kozo Paper
At 70gsm, Japanese Kozo Paper Thin is perfect for high-end photography, fine art display and interior design. The Kozo paper is made from a type of mulberry used in Asia and Japan for traditional papers. Despite its lightweight and fine texture, this new category of premium paper is very strong because of the Kozo fibres, enabling the creation of durable and long-lasting fine art. While it is translucent, it provides artists with deep colour saturation, ensuring that their work looks impressive.
This premium paper has a smooth texture and is durable because it is humidity resistant. It is also part of our SignatureWorthy selection of celebrity-endorsed products, proven to be reliable.
Ideal for fine art, the Japanese Kozo Paper Thin allows a diverse range of outputs to be produced, from Japanese screens, to room dividers or even paper windows. It can be used in the same way as Kakemono, which is a Japanese scroll paper ideal for calligraphy, that is mounted on the wall. It is also suitable for drum-tight finishing on wooden frames. This flexibility allows artists to unleash their creativity using a medium inspired by Japanese tradition.
This new paper is a result of a collaboration between Epson and Gary Wornell, who has created fine art for more than ten years using Epson printers.