Shiromashi is bleached in white during the raw material processing stage of making Kumohadamashi, and is made of Hemp and Kozo plant, which is strong and durable.
Kumo, means cloud in Japanese. The origin of the name comes from the fact that the fibers are so tangled that the surface of the paper looks like the surface of clouds.
Kumohadamashi has a fairly smooth paper surface, with a firm thickness and flexibility that allows you paint and color easily.
Shiromashi has not applied with Dosa sizing, the colors might bleed while using it.