Tathata comes from a word in Sanskrit and means “As it is” By understanding craftwork from different angles, as craftspeople, from the standpoint of users, and from the ideological perspective, the background of the artifacts is revealed. The paper focuses on creating craftwork as a universal human activity. A lot of warmth from human hearts and hands are filled in this paper. The cover page of each edition is made of hand-made paper. This paper is printed by screen printing and letterpress printing processes. Japanese and English are available.
The first edition was published in April 2015.