Leathac & Mermaid — A History of Embossing and Felt Marking

Mihoncho Honten

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Leathac and Mermaid are leading fine papers that have developed together alongside Japanese design. It was fifty years ago that Leathac 66, an embossed paper with the feel of calfskin, went on sale in 1966 and sixty years ago that Mermaid, a fine paper that is feltmarked with a ripple pattern, went on sale in 1956.
The exhibition traces the development of embossing and felt marking, as well as the history of the evolution of the Leathac series, all the way up to the recently launched Leathac 16. Come and see for yourself the attraction of embossing and felt marking.

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from December 02, 2016 to January 13, 2017
Closed December 29th to January 4th.

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