Teika ( 定家 ) , Kobaien’s special Japanese Hanshi paper for beginner's calligraphy practice

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Teika ( 定家 ) , Kobaien’s special Japanese Hanshi paper for beginner's calligraphy practice

Teika ( 定家 ) , Kobaien’s special Japanese Hanshi paper for beginner's calligraphy practice

Price
¥4,400JPY

Product information

This Hanshi (  Japanese traditional paper for calligraphy ) paper was selected by Kobaien as the most suitable paper for its flagship inkstick Koukaboku  for beginners.

The ink coloring is good and the color bleeding is less on this paper.

The name Teika is named after the famous old Japanese poet Fujiwara no Teika.

paper sample available

Contents

  • 100 sheets of Teika hanshi paper

Size:

  • Width:  245mm
  • Length:  334mm
  • Weight  ( including shipping material ) :    530g

Teika Color Sample with 5star Koukaboku inkstick on Teika

Teika, Kobaien’s special Japanese Hanshi paper for beginner's calligraphy practice

Teika Color Sample with Soutai ( Bluish black inkstick ) on Teika

Teika, Kobaien’s special Japanese Hanshi paper for beginner's calligraphy practice

**Due to the use of high quality natural materials, such impurities may be present in the paper in extremely rare cases, but they do not affect the quality.

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