[TAKEO MIHONCHO Ginza at Itoya]
Event space “Paper and Gilding"
For more details, please see the Itoya website (available in Japanese only).
and is often used with Bibles, notebooks, and wedding invitations.
This advanced, specialized technique was devised in seventeenth century Europe to impart
an air of luxuriousness, and to keep books from becoming soiled, or damaged by insects.
its finishing skills to gild all four edges of IRO JOSHITSU in a wide variety of colors.
combination of paper and gilding colors and cards with edges that glisten in a classy way.
The result is a series of multicolored paper and gilding creations that are a visual and tactile treat.
established in 1977 that specializes in foil stamping and embossing.
Its creators continually strive to improve their skills in order to add greater value to our designs.
The company wholeheartedly embraces its mission, which is to create things of greater beauty and quality
that make a powerful and lasting impression, and it has earned the trust of many creative professionals.