Whether you’re just discovering the world of Japanese paper or you’re here for a specific sheet, our selection of over 125 different styles, patterns, and colors means that beautiful, decorative Japanese paper is just around the corner, in-stock, ready to ship.
Chiyogami & Tissues Imported From Japan
Japanese Decorative Paper Made With Respect for the Environment
125 Japanese Papers Under One Roof
We've gathered a myriad of beautiful Japanese Papers from hand silk-screened Chiyogami to decorative yet durable Tissue, all in stock and available for same day shipping.
"Motai nai" is a popular Japanese saying that means "don’t waste," and even today, the traditions of using renewable plant fibers, respecting water sources, and making sure nothing goes to waste guide Japanese papermakers.
The Look of Handmade Paper Is Now Affordable
Machine made versions of historically handmade Japanese paper retain the beauty of the originals without the limits. You can print, fold, cut, and use glue on these Modern Classics!
Chiyogami - Exquisite Look & Feel
Perhaps our most alluring paper, Chiyogami is available in over 35 distinctive designs. Arduously silk-screened by hand, it is beautiful both to the eyes and to the touch, presenting a handmade feel.
Japanese Tissue Is Deceptively Strong
While looking more decorative and delicate than standard tissue paper, Japanese Tissue is amazingly durable and versatile. Choose from 20 different intriguing styles to add instant elegance to your printed card.
Beautiful, Palpable, Custom Envelope Liner Paper
Sturdy Japanese paper can be cut and folded at home and is ideal as custom envelope liner paper. If you have the notion, why not make your very own custom lined envelopes?
Many of our customers would love to incorporate the rich colors, patterns, and quality of Japanese paper into their invitations, but often find it is too costly to fit within their budgets.
If you find yourself in this position, don't be discouraged. There are ways to incorporate the beauty of Japanese paper into your invitations without breaking the bank. Because this paper is so rich in design, a little can go a long way. By layering small decorative portions, rather than larger sheets, you may be surprised to learn that you can achieve a similar look using much less paper. Read on to learn more, and for some creative suggestions to get you started.