Material: Natural pulp paper
Dimensions: each roll consists of 75 sheets of 15" x 9 1/3" (38.5 cm x 24 cm) reed papers
Leed paper is Japan's standard and top choice for both professional and at home use when it comes to oil absorbing paper towels. Made with long tiny hairs of natural pulp, it absorbs (more than) twice as much oil as the average paper towel in Japan. Use it for draining oil after frying, filtering frying oil or dashi stock, storing sashimi or other raw meats and seafood, wiping excess moisture off foods or cleaning oily kitchen surfaces.
You can even steam vegetables by wrapping them in some leed paper dampened with a little bit of water and heating it in the microwave for a short amount of time.