Three new stationery books

Three new stationery books

Three fun new stationery books for browsing. From left to right: .

Hobonichi 2020 guide book:

The guide book is published yearly by Hobonichi. Every year, they interview many Hobonichi users and showcase how they use their planners. It’s always fun to see how everyone uses their planners differently, incorporating to different jobs and different styles. This year, they feature the factory behind the scene and also a list of portable stationery that could go well with your planner.

Hobby Stationery Box Vol 51:
The 51st volume feature fountain inks. This issue includes two extensive charts of ink from many brands and local special edition inks. They interview artists, writers, and other people who love to use their inks in different ways. The magazine shows new stationery products (the Bronze Age by Fine Writing International is one of the features this time) and as always, they have many beautiful photos of different shops. We want to visit all of them!

惚れぼれ文具 by Kyo Kohinata:
Stationery writer Kyo Kohinata has published a few stationery books, and she is also a writer for Hobby Stationery Box magazine. In this book, she select a list of pens, paper and everyday stationery items that make you feel happiness in your daily routine.

They are all on our bookshelf now. Feel free to browse through when you are here 😊

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