This is the rare and valuable product which is very hard to obtain.
What is Furuya paper ? It is a byproduct produced in the process of producing pure gold leaf.
Gold leaves are beaten tens of thousands times with a malet and thinly stretched. Ganpi paper (a kind of Japanese paper) is put onto gold leaf at that time. the papers are used as beating papers for many years. It is called Furuya paper.
It has been used as the finest "Blotting Paper" from ancient times.
Roots of goods that are made as a paper and the oil in various forms in the modern, is this "Furuya paper". Could you tell us the the piece of gold leaf is a little left on the surface? Was actually used for gold strike is the traces of "beat sheet". When is the gilt-handed craftsman is there seal makes a gilt-handed, it is what you press to confirm thousands of pieces to put alternately eyes of paper that sandwich the gold leaf. For use in gold strike, and are made over time and effort by the pretty charged to the beat paper itself. Over the Japanese paper of Ganpi about two weeks marinated in lye and egg white, it will be something that can be used as a summary out paper then 3 million times more by performing a blank firing. It seems the more you say "craftsman two people out paper making to one gilt-handed craftsman". Been shattered the fibers of the paper after the gold leaf beating, was born the characteristics of excellent oil absorption of your skin. When a very good condition to your face-lift to maiko of Gion, It is a famous story of went widespread. Looking for having worked as many years out paper is a little bad, is comfortable to use is quite good. Moisture without sucked more than necessary, I feel that will remove the excess sebum. Ganpishi used for many years in order to make the finest of gold leaf beating is difficult to enter the very hand that the original is valuables. Wrapped tail Tatou paper to will deliver. If you could isolate a single Furuya paper in 6 equal parts, you will just easy-to-use size. Please certainly once try your comfort of the "Honmamon ".