SNOWFLAKES Nordic Trees Washi Paper Decals

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Snowflake Japanese Mino Washi Paper Decals

Snowflakes decals made from washi paper intended for decoration that can be easily applied to the window glass by simply spraying water with a mist sprayer . When dry, it can be peeled off , stored away for future use, making it perfect for creating a space that matches the season.

This is a strip of Japanese paper inspired by Nordic snow landscapes with snow laden trees.

The familiar Nordic pattern that feels nostalgic matches the texture of handmade Japanese paper that is fluffy, reminiscent of designs in knitted wool sweaters.

Please enjoy the delicate and gentle texture of natural materials.

Size (mm) / about 92 × 400mm

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Design / Vera Ilyushechkina Akimoto / Hoki Kobo

Kaminoshigoto works with a handful of top Mino Tesuki Washi artisans to create handmade Mino washi paper products. Mino washi paper is very thin, smooth, and translucent, requiring great skill and care to make. As of January 2018, only five highly skilled members of the Mino Washi Paper Preservation Association are currently able to make this special paper. This specialized skill was declared an important cultural asset of Japan in 1969 and was registered in UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage technique in 2014.

The washi paper is strong and flexible and can be applied to smooth glass or windows. These snowflake decals are a made by creating thin, translucent paper lacework, called Sukashi Washi. To apply, simply spray the surface with a little water and press the decal on. These decals can be peeled off once dry and stored for reuse.


Since its formation Kaminoshigoto has engaged in the production and sales of traditional Japanese lantern Washi. They also enjoy a large share as a distributor of Washi related products and a variety of Mino Washi. They have also expanded their business into Washi printing using new painting technologies such as silkscreen and inkjet printing. Whilst continuing with traditional craftsmanship, they are also developing their own products and new technologies.