We offer a variety of washi, Japanese paper, from kumohada mashi of Iwano Seishi, which has been used for Japanese paintings since the Meiji period, to Najio gampi, which is made with soil found only in Najio, Hyogo Prefecture, and Oguni washi, which is made in Niigata Prefecture with home-grown kozo.
Maruoka Kogyo’s HD panels have corners joined in the same way as in the wood frames, so that they seldom have distortion or warp. And aku-proof film is put on the surface making the annoying pretreatment unnecessary.
Well-selected U.S. Western red cedar is used. It is the most suitable material for wood frames with its lightweight, low resin content, and high durability and decay resistance.