Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A low shrub, Edgeworthia papyrifera, of the family Daphnaceæ, native to China and Japan, and cultivated in the latter country for its bark. The bark is used in the manufacture of the best grades of paper, especially when mixed with the fiber of the kozo and the ganpi. Compare ganpi.
“Her new show at Katharine Mulherin Contemporary, Bite the Dust, is a suite of fogged-over drawings on creamy white mitsumata paper.”
“It consists of areca palm fronds, pittesporum, robina lilies, oneidium orchids, and mitsumata.”
“The centerpiece featured a large cylinder vase filled with sand and spray-painted Japanese mitsumata branches, which make a very big impact for minimal cost, and the other 2 vases (red and blue) - are accessories from my home (once again playing on the idea of re-purposing things you already own.)”
“Minamata disease Okazaki fragment kobeite mingei okimono kobu miso omi kochi, adj. mitsukurina Omuta, adj. kodogu mitsumata on kofu, adj.”
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