Lot de 4 carnets Shiki A6 - 365notebook
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Set of 4 Shiki A6 notebooks - 365notebook

Four colourful notebooks to celebrate the four seasons.

In Japan, shiki is celebrated季, "four seasons"). Every season has its moments of joy and sadness and every day is important.

The 365notebook comes in a set of four notebooks, to reflect the four seasons. These four notebooks will allow you to remember the moments that mattered each season.

Each notebook contains 100 sheets, which makes 400 sheets in total.

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Shinnippon Calendar Co. Ltd., which specializes in calendar manufacturing, was founded in 1922. In 2012 the company decided to expand its offer and began offering stationery. This is how the 365notebook brand was born.

The products 365notebook use Junpakushi paper. This paper is a soft, fine, translucent paper with a unique texture, traditionally used for Japanese ephemeris calendars or as wrapping paper.

The covers are made of delicately textured traditional satogami paper.

The pages are white, but "shitajiki" cards are provided. These maps are guides to having the rules of your choice through transparency.

It is recommended to use a pencil or ballpoint pen.

Number of sheets: 400 (4 x 100 sheets)

Format: A6

Set: plain

Flat opening: yes

Origin: Japan

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plain
Paper color
White
Format
A6
Number of sheets
400 (4 x 100)
365notebook

Shinnippon Calendar Co. Ltd. was founded in 1922 and produces approximately 30 million calendars per year.

In 2012 the company decided to expand its offer and began offering stationery. This is how the 365notebook brand was born.

The products 365notebook use Junpakushi paper. This paper is a soft, fine, translucent paper with a unique texture, traditionally used for Japanese ephemeris calendars or as wrapping paper.