Japan's 'washi' paper torn by modern life | Inquirer Lifestyle
French papermaker Benoit Dudognon poses behind pieces of Washi, a japanese paper, on January 25, 2017 in Arles, southern France. - Standing over a basin filled with water and pulp, Benoit Dudognon shakes a bamboo sieve to form a leaf. This gesture aimed at shaping washi, a Japanese paper with millenarian history and now in the process of disappearing, the 37-year-old man from Arles is the only one in Europe to master it. (Photo by BORIS HORVAT / AFP)

Japan’s ‘washi’ paper torn by modern life