How To Cut Japanese Washi Without Tearing

July 22, 2012 By: LCI Paper Staff
Japanese paper is great, but due to its soft, almost cloth-like nature, it can be difficult to cut without tearing and fraying. Learn some quick tips and tricks for getting crisp, clean cuts on Japanese paper in this article.

Japanese Paper Is Here!

January 9, 2012 By: LCI Paper Staff

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.


How to Create Affordable Japanese Paper Invitations

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December 2, 2010 By: LCI Paper Staff

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.


Nancy Jacobi & Jessica Mann of The Japanese Paper Place

April 24, 2010 By: LCI Paper Staff
Left to right: Jessica Mann, Nancy Jacobi The Japanese Paper Place is a Toronto-based wholesaler of several thousand kinds of Japanese papers. The various colors, textures, and patterns of their paper is astounding, and when you see them and touch …

New Japanese Papers Now Available at LCI Paper

March 13, 2010 By: LCI Paper Staff
LCI Paper has recently expanded our selection of Japanese specialty paper with the addition of several new tissues, chiyogami papers, and a printer-friendly Modern Classics Collection.