Notepad made of Japanese paper
It is a one-stroke size memo pad using the Kara paper of the workshop that has continued since the Kaei era.
It is popular with people who write haiku and waka poems. This item is also recommended as a gift.
Since it uses Japanese paper that does not choose stationery, you can devise various ways to use it. You can also replace the paper.
You can also enjoy the combination of the cover of ancient Japanese Karagami and various ready-made one-stroke papers.
The fasteners are hand-dyed rubber that matches the color of the cover, and a wrapping button for a piece of kimono.
It's very easy to write. I wrote a "kana work" with a "brush pen" that I often use. (Text of the work: Shirayuki's place is also fluffy, and it's fluffy. I immediately realized the goodness of your product. Since the surface is smooth, the lines appear beautifully, and the ink penetration is surprisingly small, so I felt that it was easy to add shades and thickness to the lines. I was surprised to be able to write characters that I couldn't think I was writing with my usual brush pen, because I was able to add lines as I wanted! It was a waste for me to use. This is not a flattery but a straightforward impression.The product itself is made of thick cardboard on both the front and back covers, and the surface has a nice pattern, which I really like. It is also perfect for writing haiku with fine characters with a brush pen or a small brush. In the future, I would like to use it for collecting tanka and haiku that I came up with. Such a nice piece of paper is a little extravagant
Kindness comes from the paper. The day I received the Karagami memorandum, I felt that kind of feeling. I recently learned about the existence of Karagami, but I was impressed by the fact that it has been used to write waka poems and letters since the Heian period, and that it has been passed down to the present era.
As a hobby, I write brush letters and draw pictures with pastel and colored pencils. When I wrote the letters, the letters became gentle, and when I tried this, the pastel colors became familiar. There was no show-through, it was comfortable to write, and it was a lot of fun to write.
The characters I wrote this time were inspired by the fact that Karagami has been around for a long time.
Writing has various purposes such as having fun, not forgetting, looking back, and leaving. Another purpose is to think about the other person and convey it. Now that we are in an era where we can interact with anyone right away, we can dodge words as a matter of course.
Recently, I had the opportunity to write a letter to a friend who lives far away. Think about the person behind the letter and think about what to say ... I was thrilled. By the time the letter arrived, I was happy at the moment when I suddenly remembered where the letter was and where it arrived. I felt that I understood a little why Karagami was used to write letters.