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Paper goes hand in hand with life in Japan, as it is used widely in settings such as painting, drawing, writing, wrapping. It can also be seen in traditional Japanese homes, on sliding fusuma doors that partition spaces and the shoji screens that let natural light filter through. In addition, an array of different types of paper are continually being developed to meet the changing demands. Certain factors including the available resources or specific needs of a locale has had influence on the various productions. Paper types today range from the regional handcrafted to the industrial-use varieties, while there are also types which have been developed using advanced technology.
Found MUJI Paper visits areas in Japan where such paper types are produced. With their unique characteristics, each paper type has been considered and shaped into useful items which can be used in daily life.
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Website: www.muji.com/hk-en / https://www.muji.com.hk/campaign/foundmuji/en/paper.html