Kaishi is Japanese paper that is used during the tea ceremony for placing sweets on and wiping one's fingers. It is normally carried folded and tucked into the front of one's Kimono.
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Not very easy to find this kind of paper for tea ceremony. Very useful to have on you in many other circumstances as well. Good quality.
Happy to find kaishi tissue to use for tea ceremony, some times it’s hard to find in stores locally. It’s embossed with pine, plum, and bamboo, a subtle and simple design. Nice quality of paper to serve the Japanese sweets (wagashi) that go with the matcha. Thank you for having this available in the online store, definitely will buy more!
The translucent pine, bamboo and plum blossom pattern gives these paper pleasant details. I use them for desserts even when I’m not drinking Matcha.
Very good quality. Nice unexpected imprints in the paper. Fast delivery to Canada.