Washi paper is a traditional Japanese paper, wa (和) meaning Japanese and shi (紙) meaning paper. It is one of Japan’s most fundamental artistic products which has formed the backbone of many other Japanese art forms during its 1,300 years of production.
Have you ever dreamed about having your photo featured on the cover of a magazine?
I believe it is taboo to skip a cherry blossom viewing season while living in Japan. Even though these flowering trees bloom for only two weeks out of the year they have remained a central point of focus in Japanese gardens for hundreds of years.