Jun'ichi Nakahara was a Japanese graphic artist and fashion designer popular in the 1920s and 1930s for his work in the girls' magazine Shojo no Tomo. He is said to have greatly influenced the art style of shojo manga (young girls' comics). In addition to being a talented artist, he was also a charismatic figure who encouraged women in a time when it was hard to dream. He encouraged women to strive for beauty in their lives, their fashion, and their hearts, and offered a path to a happy life.
- Material: Mino washi paper
- Dimensions: 6.6 in (16.7 cm) x 3.1 in (8 cm)
- Each pad has 20 sheets total (4 designs x 5 each)
Cozyca was started in 2013 by the well-established stationery company, Hyogensha, which had been founded in 1948. Cozyca was launched to promote the works of independent artists and inspire writers by making available beautiful stationery that depicts the view from different artists' worlds. Cozyca also has a store in Kyoto called Hiraeth that displays all the artist collaboration stationery designs they produce as well as exhibits different artists' works in their gallery on the top floor. We would love to visit their adorable shop and gallery one day!