Kokuyo ReEDEN Notebook - Semi B5 - 5 mm Graph

Kokuyo ReEDEN Notebook - Semi B5 - 5 mm Graph

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4.8 (4 reviews)
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The pages in this notebook are printed with a subtle light blue 5 mm grid, with the grid lines alternating between dotted and solid. This is particularly useful for those practicing their Japanese (kanji) and Chinese writing.

The notebook is eco-friendly! Withered "yoshi" reed plants are harvested from the banks of Japan's Lake Biwa and Yodo River, then turned into the pulp that becomes the notebook paper. Harvesting the withered plants keeps them from rotting and polluting the waters, thus maintaining healthy plant growth. Healthy yoshi is a home for birds and fish, and helps keep the air and water clean by absorbing excess elements.

Dimensions: 7.0 x 9.9 inches (17.9 x 25.2 cm).

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Love these notebooks!...
July 28, 2015
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Love these notebooks! They are great for Kanji writing practice. The boxes in the graph are divided with pale blue lines into four quadrants which are very helpful in correctly placing the kanji within the square of the graph. Price is great too.
Exactly what I'd hoped...
June 30, 2015
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Exactly what I'd hoped it would be, a relatively cheap practice book for pictographic practice. The grid is versatile enough to have multiple boxes used for various sizes of character. I like it. It bleeds a bit, but only when I'm using ink in a brush on it. Normal pens have no problems, though the paper is thin enough I'm mostly just using one side of each page.
This notebook is perfect...
May 20, 2015
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This notebook is perfect for practicing my Kana.
These notebooks are actually...
February 13, 2014
These notebooks are actually pretty good quality! The thing about them is, you'll want to practice with pencil, because the pages are a little on the thin side. And that might cause smudging, but as they are for practice, that's really nothing to worry about.