WACCA

Ogawa blank business cards

R 750.00
  • Ogawa blank business cards
  • Ogawa blank business cards
  • Ogawa blank business cards
  • Ogawa blank business cards

WACCA

Ogawa blank business cards

R 750.00

Hand torn blank washi business cards made from Ogawa washi and wood pulp to  give them strength. The first historical record of paper-making in the old Musashi Province, where Ogawa (now in Saitama Prefecture) is located, is from the year 744. One box contains 50 cards for you to apply your name or logo as you wish.

Dimensions: 55 x 91mm blank business cards.

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WACCA Japan Ltd. was established in 2014 and is based in Tokyo. By combining traditional and contemporary designs with Japan's renowned paper-making techniques, the company offers a unique range of paper products. WACCA partners with paper manufacturers to produce a range of stationary, wrapping paper, business cards and other paper products. The paper used is 100% Kozo, Gampi, Mitsumata, Chiriri, Fusuma and others. WACCA does its own design and product development on many products. In this way, it introduces the ancient art of paper making into modern contexts.

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Hand torn blank washi business cards made from Ogawa washi and wood pulp to  give them strength. The first historical record of paper-making in the old Musashi Province, where Ogawa (now in Saitama Prefecture) is located, is from the year 744. One box contains 50 cards for you to apply your name or logo as you wish.

Dimensions: 55 x 91mm blank business cards.

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WACCA Japan Ltd. was established in 2014 and is based in Tokyo. By combining traditional and contemporary designs with Japan's renowned paper-making techniques, the company offers a unique range of paper products. WACCA partners with paper manufacturers to produce a range of stationary, wrapping paper, business cards and other paper products. The paper used is 100% Kozo, Gampi, Mitsumata, Chiriri, Fusuma and others. WACCA does its own design and product development on many products. In this way, it introduces the ancient art of paper making into modern contexts.