Writer: Tex, The Lone Stranger

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Paper making in Tokyo

Traditional Paper-making in Nihonbashi – Paper That Has More Than Meets the Eye

One may visit Nihonbashi, a district found in Chuo Ward not far from Tokyo Station, which stretches towards Akihabara as well as alongside the Sumida River, to find many Japanese traditional items like the 'kimono' (Japanese garb) or the 'uchiwa'/'sensu' (fan that uses paper pasted on wooden skeleton, the latter type being foldable and usually made with durable Japanese paper).

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