Catalog (2006) from Hiromi Paper International in Santa Monica, CA. Contents: Welcome – Ordering Information – History of Washi – Japanese Papermaking – Where Our Paper Comes From – Difference between Washi & Western Papers – Fine Art and Conservation Papers (list of papers, handmade papers, machinemade, gampi papers, colored gampi papers, large sized papers, special orders & specialty papers) – Roll Papers – Decorative Papers – Papers from Around the World (Brazilian banana, Thai, Nepal, Bhutan, Mexican Yucatan paper, Mexican amate paper, Indian, Western) – Digital Fine Art Papers (Japanese, Western, Unique) – Stationery Papers – Specialty and Gift Items – Materials and Supplies (conservation, papermaking, bookmaking, books) – Sample Books – Hiromi Paper Membership Circle – Glossary. Washi is a Japanese paper made either by hand using traditional methods or by machine. Washi may be used for fine arts and crafts, as well as in conservation efforts. Yellow cover variant.