Thai Mulberry paper is generally considered to be eco-friendly and sustainable. The mulberry trees used for paper-making are fast-growing and do not require the use of harmful chemicals or pesticides. The long fibres of the mulberry bark create a strong and durable paper. Mulberry Paper (also known as Kozo Paper) has been used in Thailand for centuries in many traditional art forms where it is valued for it’s quality and aesthetic appeal. Mulberry paper is very versatile and is often used in bookbinding, printmaking, lantern making and paper sculpture to name a few.