Kuretake Echizen Washi Adhesive Memo Notes - Sky and City

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These charming adhesive memo notes bring a touch of Japanese tradition to your calendars and books. They are made of Echizen Washi, a traditional Japanese paper that has been milled in central Japan for the past 1500 years. This paper has a rich history and is a source of national pride; its solid quality and careful production techniques are highly esteemed. Fortunately, we get to enjoy snippets of this special paper in the form of cute, convenient adhesive notes.

These removable notes are thicker than typical adhesive notes and have that pleasant paper-y scent that many of us know. They are printed with simple scenes or objects of daily life, such as a black cat sneaking behind a curtain or green chopsticks and spoons. Use them to mark important pages or write yourself little reminders. Write your friends quick messages and they will be surprised by your cute notes!

While embodying traditional craft, these notes also support modern eco-friendliness. They are made of at least 70% recycled pulp.

These are the Sky and City notes. Photos showing a calendar feature the Sky and City and My Pencil notes.

One packet contains 20 notes. Dimensions: 2.0 x 3.3 inches (5.2 x 8.5 cm).

Model NumberKURETAKE LH25-5
Weight0.4 ounces
ManufacturerKuretake
Adhesive Yes
Exterior Color White
Quantity in Pack 20
Sheet Color White
Size - Height 4 mm
Size - Length 5.4 cm
Size - Width 5.4 cm

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So cool- the silvery...
December 29, 2014
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So cool- the silvery ink is really classy and I love the birds on a wire :)
hmasbruch
I love the transparency...
November 24, 2014
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I love the transparency of the notes. The are even repositionable. I will definitely reorder when I am done with the pad
I keep a couple of packs...
November 7, 2014
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I keep a couple of packs of these in my desk for special notes. The smell is wonderful. It may be a traditional Japanese paper, but it smells like opening a new school book in grade-school.
puggyjjones
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