Hitachiomiya: 'peace' Of Paper Found In A Traditional Way

Hitachiomiya: 'Peace' of paper found in a traditional wayFor many, “washi” is an unfamiliar word. It was new to me until I visited Hitachiomiya, a town in northern Ibaraki Prefecture. Hitachiomiya might not be well known but it definitely has its charms. It is a farming town with old homes, rice fields, and open blue skies, but if you look carefully there is so much more to see.

Sony Monthly Subscription Plan For Digital Paper With Worldox Mobile Document Management Services

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Ceatec 2015 : Flying Paper Crane : Lazurite Fly

CEATEC 2015 : Flying Paper Crane : Lazurite FlyThe art of origami that involves folding a piece of paper into really, really intricate designs is not lost on this unique CEATEC crowd puller – the Lazurite Fly. While there might be fancy drones in the market that offer Full HD or even 4K video recording capability, the Lazurite Fly takes a totally different approach, thanks to the use of the “Lazurite Sub-GHz” from Lapis semiconductor which has introduced what they deem to be the first ultra-energy-saving microcomputer board in the world that paves the way for communications on the 920MHz band.

Photo: Nothing To Be Frightened Of As These Bugs Are Made Of Paper

PHOTO: Nothing to be frightened of as these bugs are made of paperStunningly realistic depictions of insects fashioned from tissue paper and traditional "washi" have gone on display at a museum here.
The life-size works include a Japanese rhinoceros beetle, a mantis, a dragonfly and a butterfly. They are among hundreds of “insects” created by Hiroshi Komamiya, a 70-year-old resident of Tochigi Prefecture who used to run a construction company.