Yumeji Takehisa Washi Writing Pad
Beautiful small writing pads designed by Yumeji Takehisa, a very famous Japanese poet and painter from the early-20th century. Yumeji was an in-house designer for HAIBARA. and produced numbers of excellent designs for their paper items.
Delicate and fine washi paper is used for these writing pads which are lovely to write on with various pens such as fountain pen, ball point, brushes, pencils, etc. This thin long kind of writing pads are called "ippitsu-sen" which is translated to "one line pad" and it is very commonly used in Japan to include a little note with a gift or just for quick greetings. 20 sheets included in each pad.
Available in various Japanese seasonal designs of flora and fauna.
Produced by Tokyo's long-established washi dealer HAIBARA.
Measurements: 19cm x 6.5cm (7.48" x 2.55") / 20 sheets
Made in Japan.
THIS ITEM CAN NOT BE SHIPPED TO ASIAN COUNTRIES OTHER THAN SINGAPORE