About JapaneseWall

Healthier wall, Fresher air

Japanese Wall, otherwise known as Zen Wall, has graced the walls of Japanese temples, castles, homes and teahouses for over a century. An exquisite substance which successfully fuses the aesthetics of both the classical and the avant-garde, it is now used extensively in modern architecture, where it exudes its old world meets new world charm in both residential and commercial buildings.

Zen Wall is more than mere aesthetics, for it is also durable and easy to apply. The secret lies within a specially formulated organic liquid bonding agent and other non-toxic materials, which are combined with time-honored ingredients like natural sand, diatomite earth, clay, natural stone chips and straw ( wara). The result is thus a straw-laced, granular surface which gives off a subtle radiance, imparting long lasting vintage splendor and a distinctively tranquil atmosphere to the building.

This tranquility that Zen Wall emits does not exist only in one's imagination. Zen Wall does enhance healthy living. The raw material used in Zen Wall has gone through extensive scientific research and analyses, thus producing a non-toxic wall surface which has positive properties that can indeed improve the living environment and in turn, the health of the people within the said environment.

Available as both interior and exterior wall coverings, it is non-toxic, long lasting, and has an authentic textured finish, making Zen Wall an ideal alternative to stucco, paint and wallpaper. With its natural texture and soothing earthy colours which evoke serenity, it truly is the epitome of function and aesthetics. To add to its reliability, we offer the assurance that the production of Zen Wall is strictly in accordance to Japanese Industrial Standards (JIS), and most of the series have been awarded with the ISO 2001 certification in Quality Control Management and Eco Mark.

Beauty, peace, health, durability and accreditation - There is then little wonder that Zen Wall is hugely popular not only in Asia, but also in Europe, North America and the Middle East.