HPI Updates


2010 Hiromi Paper Catalogues are now available. HPI Members can make your free copy request.

Isamu Noguchi Photo Essay

Thanks to your support of the Noguchi Museum, we have sold out on our first batch of the Isamu Noguchi Photo Essay and expect our next shipment to come in early March. Stock will be limited again so feel free to reserve your copy before they arrive.

New Items

KH-61 Kozo #8 White
KM-01 Shikoku Natural Washi Pads
Bhutan, Nepal, Yucatan, Khadi Sample Book
Color Gampi Sample Pack
Gampi Sample Pack
Bhutan Trongsa Large size thick/thin
IJ-Kiku Catalogue cover lettersize/square
Kizuki Hosho (now regularly in stock)
Hemp Dry Bark
Hahnemuhle Bamboo Photo Rag Paper Pack
IJ-Asuka in 150 g/m2
Korean Pictograph Square

Discontinued Items

Check out our discontinued items in our sale section!

Upcoming Conference

We will be attending the Southern Graphics Council conference in Philadelphia March 26-27 (at the vendor fair).
More SGC information can be found here.

Discontinued: Postcards & Thank You Cards

postcard2We have just stocked up on the popular new sticky notes in all three designs: bird, butterfly, and Paris. Also new is the Japanese wave thank you card set, in replacement of the discontinued Japanese bow set. Unfortunately, the company has also discontinued the Japanese Woodblock postcard set, which we have only a few left in stock.

Kawaii Paper

Today I’ll introduce a new addition to this blog – me. :] Aside from Yona’s posts, please look forward to more Joey in the future!

claim your own copy before they run out!
claim your own sheet before they run out!

Just today we sold our last of the Kawaii Paper #8 (dog print) which brought to the attention of the limited stock we have left on the other prints. Out of our original 11 variations, we only have 4 prints in stock now! On top of that we have less than 5 copies of each and will be discontinuing this line, so we will not be having anymore in the future. With that in mind, even I want to claim a copy of my own kawaii paper! On the up most level we have Kawaii #2 which is the light pink sakura petal prints on the white paper, which has a bit of a rough texture. Right below we have Kawaii #4, the lined up red and blue colored ducks. Next is the Kawaii #5 which is a bit more complex to describe (see picture above), it looks as if there are Japanese characters representing little people and red bows. Last but not least is another mixture of black and red, the Kawaii #9, which looks like the images of a Japanese seal in block print, which makes it very cute in my opinion. These would mix well with any kind of decorating work such as bookwrapping, scrapbooking, giftwrapping, collages, invitations, cards, or even framing for a special edition on your wall. You can find them on our website for purchase or if your close enough to our store, swing by and pick up a copy!

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