Nobi-tsutsu Paper Vase – №3


Flower vase cover made of Japanese WASHI-paper. Instantly transform any plastic bottle or glass into a beautiful flower vase.

The Japanese WASHI-paper is made from mulberry bark fiber. As you pull it up and down, it extends like a Japanese paper lantern and instantly transforms into a paper vase cover.

  • Made in Gifu, Japan
  • Japanese WASHI-paper
  • Comes in Gift Box with Instructions
  • Ø×H: 110 × 300 𝗆𝗆

For a more upright look, lightly spray water all over the expanded paper vase, and let it dry lying horizontally. Once dried, it will keep the washi paper tensioned.


Design by Rina Ono 小野里奈
I sincerely design products so that my creative essence cuddles up to the user's life – In 2001 I Graduated with a MA from the Tohoku University of Art and Design, Yamagata, Japan and went on to study at Konstfack University College of Arts, Crafts and Design in Sweden. Back in Japan I then worked as an assistant at the Tohoku University of Art and Design leading to launching my own "Rinao design studio" in 2007.

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Hayashi Kougei

Located in the Gifu prefecture in central Japan, Hayashi Kougei produces interior decors made of Japanese traditional washi paper.

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