|Amano san showed us how to make washi, Japanese paper.|
|she does this three times to make a piece of paper.|
|a piece of paper is now made. you can do this yourself, she says.|
|Chiho san and me|
At Saitama Dento Kougei Museum at Ogawamachi
|the home for Japanese papers|
|the room to make washi|
|he is pressing wet papers one by one.|
|we can make something like these. washi is very light.|
|Amano Miho san showed just two of us how to make a paper.|
What a coincidence! Yes, we share the same last name. Maybe, we are related.
|I asked her if her hands have gotten rough doing this daily. She said no, on the contrary.|
Her hands looked smooth and shining.