To celebrate Midori's 70th anniversary, MD has released this special stationery set themed around their original character, Ojisan. Each set comes in an adorable mini canvas tote bag and includes a letter cutter, a paintable stamp, and P-clips -- all Ojisan-themed!
Ojisan debuted in Midori's 1995 Pocket DIary during a time when cute animal mascots were most popular in the stationery world. Having a human mascot was virtually unheard of, especially one such as the middle-aged, mustached Ojisan. But his uniqueness and interesting behavior won over thousands of stationery lovers and he's now a loved Midori mascot worldwide. In fact, there has been an Ojisan-themed Midori Pocket Diary every year since his debut over 25 years ago!
Midori Paintable Stamp. This pre-inked stamp allows you to create detailed patterns to paint or write messages over it. It features a square design that's compact and stackable for easy storage. These stamps are a great tool for planning, journaling and letter- and note-writing, and because the ink is oil-based, you can color in and around the designs that you've stamped without fear of smearing or smudging the stamped ink.
Midori P-Clips. These are paper clips born from paper. Both the clips and their box is made sustainably from several layers of raw, unprocessed paper which is soft to the touch, durable, and kind to the environment. Each box contains 16 clips in two designs.
Midori Ceramic Letter Cutter. This letter opener has a ceramic blade that you can slide inside the slit of an envelope to open it quickly in one fell swoop! Moreover, the blade is completely concealed in a plastic cover. This letter cutter has both a keychain and a magnetic back.
- Each set comes in a mini canvas tote bag
- Includes a letter cutter, a paintable stamp, and P-clips
- Paintable stamp uses oil-based ink
- P-clips contains 16 clips in two designs
- Refill ink available
- Related: Midori Paintable Stamp and Midori Rotating Paintable Stamp
- WARNING: California's Proposition 65