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Myth buster: Is it true that Japanese Japanese style doors can be worn instantly?

Using Japanese-style Japanese wooden doors to create a home full of Japanese-style wood is the wish of many muji style followers. However, in movie plots, we often see assassins using a finger to add a little saliva and pierce it. They can eavesdrop on the conversations of people in the house, or they can emit poisonous smoke through small holes. In the real world, is it real? This time, when Hao Furniture was installing custom-made Japanese wooden doors for customers, it asked the on-site master to test the authenticity of the movie plot. The results will be relevant, you will know by watching the short film we shot.

The fact is that the plot of the movie is fake. The material used for Japanese wooden doors is not traditional paper, but camphor paper. Made of natural pulp, flax, silk, artificial fiber, etc.

Japanese shoji paper has a history of thousands of years in Japan. Shoji gates, shoji paper and other items were also introduced to Japan during the prosperous Tang Dynasty of my country, but they have flourished in Japan. Shoji paper is called breathing paper (air filter). It is Japan’s world-renowned decorative paper for building materials and is used as a shading material in Japanese-style building materials. Nissan’s shoji paper is difficult to tear unless it is pierced hard with a very sharp object; it will not change color and has a long service life, which is the same as the service life of doors or windows. There is no need to replace the shoji paper! The shoji paper used in Japanese-style wooden doors can resist ultraviolet rays and absorb tar pigments and toxic gases in the air, for example, and is called an “air filter.” Shoji paper is porous. Because the pores can increase or decrease with changes in air temperature and humidity, it can naturally exchange air, absorb moisture and keep warm. It is called “breathing paper”. Use shoji doors to create a traditional Japanese-style room environment. When lighting is turned on at night, the soft and unique reflection of the shoji paper itself will make people feel a different warm atmosphere: the eyesight protection and visual experience are unmatched by other interior decorations. of. The Japanese-style Japanese door made of camphor paper has a simple appearance, smooth lines, saves space, is flexible to push and pull, is light to use, has good light transmission, and is easy to install. Here are a few photos of the finished work for your reference.

If you also want to order Japanese-style wooden doors, you are welcome to contact our sales staff.





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