Chiyogami The word Chiyogami comes from the roots chiyo (thousand generation) and gami (paper). Chiyogami is Washi paper that has been hand stenciled or printed with traditional Japanese imagery using bright colors and patterns. Appearing during the Edo period, Chiyogami was traditionally used to craft paper object especially dolls. It gained tremendous popularity among origami fans because it offered a great visual presences and was less costly then some of the other Washi papers at the time. It still remains a favorite among folders and adds a richness to any paper craft project.
Each of paper size at 5cm x 5cm. This beautifyl Chiyogami washi paper design is suitable for Japanese origami folding such as blessing crane, butterfly, wishing fish and etc.
Each set has 8 Japanese traditional imagery designs and 2 piece each. So, total is 16 sheets
These are amongst one of the paper selection I use to make my origami cranes creations. I hope you like them as much as I do!!