The Japanese tape made of rice paper originally served an industrial purpose. However, in 2008, three visionary women launched the company 'mt' and began producing the tape in an array of vibrant new colors. Their initial breakthrough introduced 20 colors reminiscent of colored pencils, and since then, their collection has expanded to feature a wide array of captivating patterns and colors. Collaborating with various talented artists has allowed them to print artwork onto their tapes.
The unique Japanese masking tapes are still produced in the same factory that dates back to 1923, in the old traditional way. It’s made of Washi paper and is strong while being extremely thin compared to other tapes. It has a very good adhesiveness and can easily be removed without leaving a trace.