Kireji Fabric

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Kireji Cloth

Kireji Cloth

Kireji is a type of cloth used for mounting scrolls. The price of the kireji influences the price of the scrolls, or Kakejiku. There are many types of kireji to choose from, each to highlight and compliment the kakejiku. Kireiji is often split into two categories: Donsu or Kinran. Donsu is thicker and glossy, made of a high quality fabric. Kinran is an important fabric for doing two border style, inner enclosure, or a pair of decorative strips. The kireji's job is to make the art work standout, without drawing away any attention from the artwork. The art is only enhanced, never over-powered, by the kireji.

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