[TAKEO MIHONCHO Ginza at Itoya]
Event space "Paper onomatopoeia—the feel of paper"
Event space “Paper onomatopoeia—the feel of paper"
Dates: January 19th, 2018 (Fri.) - March 13th (Tue.)
10:00-20:00 Monday through Saturday
10:00-19:00 Sunday and holidays
In Japanese, these properties are often expressed using onomatopoeia,
such as zara-zara (rough), tsuru-tsuru (glossy), and pari-pari (crispy).
zara-zara (rough), shittori (moist), kira-kira (shiny), pari-pari (crispy), and fuwa-fuwa (fluffy) .
Come and feel different types of paper for yourself, and explore their textures.
Paper products and assorted A4 papers with these characteristics are also available.
The same paper can feel differently to different people.
How does each sheet feel to you? Rough? Moist? Shiny? Crispy? Fluffy?
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