JAPAN VELLUM / JAPANESE VELLUM
A smooth, durable, cream-colored paper, hand-made in Japan from long plant fibers, primarily the interior bark of trees. Japon vellum is an often-confused imitation created by acid treatment of plain paper. Japan vellum, despite the name, is not related to true vellum which is prepared from animal skin or membrane.
The image depicts a Mosher Press book from a special edition of 50 printed on Japan vellum and bound in stiff Japan vellum covers.