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Kurotani Washi-no-Sato Japanese papermaking village in Ayabe, Kyoto.
Once upon a time, there were a number of washi paper makers in northern Kyoto like Tango washi and Tanba washi, but now there's only one traditional maker that has survived called Kurotani washi. They work here in the small Kurotani Valley.
Keywords: kyoto ayabe Kurotani washi paper making

Kurotani Washi-no-Sato Japanese papermaking village in Ayabe, Kyoto.

Once upon a time, there were a number of washi paper makers in northern Kyoto like Tango washi and Tanba washi, but now there's only one traditional maker that has survived called Kurotani washi. They work here in the small Kurotani Valley.

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