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Material

Most of the paulownia is composed of water, and it takes time to prepare.

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Slicing

Slice thinly. The quality of the product depends on how thinly it is sliced.

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Dyeing

Put sliced paulownia in a kettle and dye it.

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Drying

The dyed paulownia is naturally dried. If it is artificially dried, it will crack and will not become a product.

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Applying

It is pasted one by one by the hands of craftsmen. The paulownia grows when you press it at the end, so take that into account and stick it together.

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Japanese Paulownia 

Japanese paulownia has a high-quality luster. We will also deliver the thoughts of the craftsmen who took the time and effort to create it.