This paper presents a precise sampling microstructure formed as a paper strip. We have been developing dialysis system that can be implanted into a human body as an artificial kidney. For the safe use of our artificial kidney, the patients' urine needs to be constantly monitored to detect the abnormal value of ion concentration essential for human life. We are conceiving the monitoring system based on sampling by a paper strip. In this study, we fabricated the strip consisting of slanted and interlocked micropillars for the sampling, known as synthetic microfluidic paper. The paper-like substrate can be fabricated with a well-controlled geometry and subsequently enables precise sampling. Through the conducted experiments, it was shown that synthetic microfluidic paper had better mechanical properties, showed more precision in sampling than paper filter as well as corresponding liquid holding capability to the paper filter. Our proposed paper-based sampling system is expected to lead to the development of minimally invasive ion monitoring system with quantitative sampling strip.