Feb 21, 2013

The evolution of Japanese stationery!


This is Ryoko from Yotsuya Business Garden.

Have you ever been to the Japanese stationery shops?

You will find that there are a great number of stationary.
In Japan, there are so many kinds of stationary and they improve every day.

Yesterday, I bought a mechanical pencil  and scissors.

This mechanical pencil is called "Kuru-Toga" (it means circulate and sharp-pointed)
When you click the edge, the lead turns and keeps its sharpness.
Your handwriting doesn't become thick line.
This new function is really surprising, so Kuru-Toga became one of  a best seller!!

Also, I bought this scissors called "Fit-curve".

Can you recognize the difference between two?

The pink one's cutting edges are curvy. This curve enables scissors to keep the angle of 30 degrees which is the best degrees to cut with less power.

Isn't it an incredible discovery!?

These stationary are quite cheap, so I really recommend you to use!!

Probably you can find the new world of a little bit useful day.

See you next Thursday!


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See you next Thursday!!


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Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, Japan 160-0008
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1 comment:

  1. Wow. Those curvy scissors are so cool. I'd like to try them.