One page a day, a tracing notebook that spells with a glass pen and ink is born! “100 Days Glass Pen Tracing Notebook with Cut-out and Useful Stationery” Released on December 26 Rakuten Books also sells the popular ink version

Seitosha Co., Ltd.
One page a day, a tracing notebook that spells with a glass pen and ink is born! “100 Days Glass Pen Tracing Notebook with Cut-out and Useful Stationery” Released on December 26 Rakuten Books also sells the popular ink version
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Seitosha Co., Ltd. (Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, Representative Director: Kazunori Wakamatsu), which produces and sells publications, will release “100 days spelling glass pen tracing notebook with cut-out notepaper” on December 26, 2022. To do. You can enjoy tracing famous sentences, poems, haiku, illustrations, etc. one page a day with your favorite ink, using glass pens and fountain pens that have become popular in recent years. Rakuten Books will also release a kit that includes a book and the popular ink “ink-cafe Meiji no Iro Grape Tea” from Kuretake, a manufacturer of calligraphy supplies and art supplies.
Enjoy tracing one page a day with your favorite ink or pen
In recent years, cute and colorful inks, beautiful glass pens, and fountain pens have become a boom among stationery enthusiasts. There are many people who are addicted to the “ink swamp” where they have multiple inks and enjoy the differences in color and expression, and there are many related posts on SNS.
One book I would like to recommend to those who are in such an “ink swamp” is “100 Days Spell Glass Pen Tracing Notebook with Tear-and-Use Stationery”.
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Including the famous sentences, poems, and haiku of the great writers of the Meiji era that will touch your heart just by tracing, English words such as quotes and Mother Goose, illustrations that can be drawn beautifully just by tracing, lettering that can be used in notebooks and message cards, decorative pictures, and ink. Notebook pages that can be collected, pages for writing in a diary style, etc.
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With this one book, you can enjoy ink, glass pens, and fountain pens more than ever. After 100 days, you’ll definitely be on good terms with Ink. It’s perfect for people who are cute and collect ink but aren’t using it very well.
In addition, 8 types of paper with different textures are used for the text. You can also enjoy the difference in writing comfort.
Comes with 6 detachable notepaper sheets and 4 single-stroke paper sheets, so you can send letters written in your favorite ink. Rakuten Books sells a set with the popular ink “ink-cafe Meiji no Iro Grape Tea” [Image 4

Prior to the release on December 26, each online bookstore has started accepting reservations. Rakuten Books also sells kits that include a book and the popular ink “ink-cafe Meiji no Iro Grape Tea” from Kuretake, a manufacturer of calligraphy supplies and art supplies. Ebicha is a color that is easy to use for any occasion, and was popular in the Meiji period. Let’s enjoy this book even more by using the romantic “ink-cafe Meiji no Iro Grape Tea”.
It is a set of 100 days worth of tracing notes and popular ink, so it is also recommended as a starter kit.
Why not take this opportunity to step into the exciting world of ink? [Image 5

《Kit overview》
■Title: [Rakuten Books Exclusive] 100 Days Glass Pen Tracing Notebook with Tear-Off Stationery (Comes with Kuretake “ink-cafe Meiji no Iro/Grape Tea”)
https://books.rakuten.co.jp/rb/17355756/
■ Price: 3080 yen (tax included)
【set content】
● 1 book “100 Days of Writing Glass Pen Tracing Notebook with Tear-and-Use Stationery”
Ink
Product name: ink-cafe Meiji no Iro / Grape tea
Product number: ECF160-531
[About ink-cafe “Meiji no Iro”]
Think back to the Meiji era…
“Meiji no Iro” is a color ink inspired by the popular colors of the Meiji period.
Each color has its own background color, and we hope that you will enjoy the colors while using it.
Can be used with fountain pens, glass pens, dip pens, Kuretake empty pens, etc. Grape tea -Shrimp tea-
During the Meiji period, purple was considered a noble color used by the nobility.
Since the purple color is often feared, shrimp tea is often used as an alternative to purple.
Ebicha refers to a slightly purple-tinged dark red color.
During the Meiji era, when the female student boom blossomed at once, the popularity of “ebicha” and “ebicha” colors for women’s hakama increased.
[Outline of this book]
■Title: 100 Days Glass Pen Tracing Notebook with Tear-and-Use Stationery ■ Author: Seitosha Editorial Department
■ Publisher: Seitosha
■ Price: 1760 yen (tax included)
Format / number of pages: B5 strange / 128
■Company Profile
Trade name: Seitosha Co., Ltd.
Representative: Kazunori Wakamatsu, Representative Director
Location: 2-3-13 Yushima, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-0034
Business: Production and sales of books, pamphlets, electronic publications, etc.
URL: http://www.seitosha.co.jp/
■ Inquiries regarding this matter
Company name: Seitosha Co., Ltd. Contact person: Tsuge TEL: 03-5800-3120 Email: media@seitosha.co.jp
Details about this release:
https://prtimes.jp/main/html/rd/p/000000167.000029007.html


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