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Abelmoschus manihot, Inshū washi paper, Aoya district

2016-07

Tottori Prefectural Government

Tottori Prefectural Government

Water and raw fibers are combined in a papermaking vessel called a "sukifune," and stirred to loosen up the fibers. Next, a viscous agent called "sana" is added and mixed to evenly distribute the fibers. "Sana" is a term used in Inshu for this specific transparent liquid made from the roots of the abelmoschus maihot plant.

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  • Title: Abelmoschus manihot, Inshū washi paper, Aoya district
  • Date Created: 2016-07
  • Subject Keywords: Tottori Prefecture
  • Rights: Hasegawa Norito seishi kōjō

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