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Torii - Wrapping Papers (Light Grey)

Torii - Wrapping Papers (Light Grey)

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A Japanese torii gate is a traditional wooden or stone arch that marks the entrance to a sacred place, usually a Shinto shrine. The word torii means "bird perch" in Japanese, and some legends say that the gates were originally built to attract birds as messengers of the gods. A torii gate symbolizes the transition from the ordinary to the sacred, and invites the visitors to respect and appreciate the divine presence.


These wrapping papers come with a matte or glossy finish and feature a high-definition print. Paper comes neatly rolled up.

NB! White space at top and bottom edges with a bar and QR code.

.: Material: 90 gsm fine art paper
.: Available in three sizes: 30" × 36", 30" × 72" and 30" x 180"
.: One side print
.: Matte or glossy finish
.: Paper sourced from Germany

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