Japanese Stationery

Japan loves stationery, some shops were literally wall to wall with pens alone. It was incredible, I could have gone crazy but I didn&...

Japanese Stationery

Japan loves stationery, some shops were literally wall to wall with pens alone. It was incredible, I could have gone crazy but I didn't. I loved looking at all the kawaii products but they're not really my thing, what I'm really into are the modern and functional office supplies - and what better excuse for buying stationery is there than wanting to give the studio supplies a little refresh?


Here's what I picked up:

Stationery Organiser | because what more could a girl want than something to organise her stationery?
Pilot Frixion Erasable Pen | these pens erase ink and they actually work, I'm sad it's so ugly though
Mitsubishi No. 460 | basically just a fancy version of my favourite biro
Triangle Paper Clips | I have never needed to paper clip anything in my life but these are triangles
Okina Project Paper Sticker Memo | who doesn't like grid paper, am I right?
MT Tape Dispenser | useful and totally necessary.. besides it looks really nice
MT Pastel Masking Tape | up until now all I've ever known is black washi tape, let a girl live
MT Masking Tape Trio | I bought this purely to copy Rachel's whiteboard
MT Gems Masking Tape | because GEMS
MUJI Notebooks with Coloured Spines | gotta love those MUJI notebooks
MUJI Masking Tape Trio | the tape situation is getting ridiculous now
Mono Eraser | best eraser in the world apparently but I don't use pencils so I guess I will never know


Places you can buy Japanese stationery in the UK:
Tofu Cute | Artbox | MUJI | The Fox and Star | The Journal Shop | Something Kawaii | Sticker Stack | Notable Designs

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  1. Oh myyyyyy, my stationery addict self is very happy reading this post!

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  2. These all look so nice !

    Xoxo

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  3. I love japanese stationary! MUJI is like heaven. x
    http://thecornishlife.co.uk

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  4. I FREAKIN' LOVE JAPANESE STATIONARY!! Ahem... I love Japanese stationary if I could I would spend a horrendous amount of money on it. It's so nice~

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  5. I'm a stationery addict! This just makes me want to go shopping.


    thechroniclesofwastedtime.blogspot.co.uk

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  6. These all look beautiful! :D I think it's time for a stationary shop :)
    Thanks for sharing~~


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  7. I love the organiser as well!! I have never bought japanese stationery suplies and your picks are really cute, I would love to try the triangle paper clips :)


    xx Cecil // www.wednesday19th.blogspot.com

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  8. Just bought a big pack of those Mono erasers! It's funny how a little eraser can motivate me to do my homework, but it's so cute! Works well too. :) Awesome haul.

    Mandy

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  9. The Opal Diary2/24/2015

    I'm addicted to stationery and always have been but I never new you could pick up Japanese stationery in the UK, well except at Muji that is! I'll definitely be doing a little bit of online browsing this afternoon which will no doubt result in a cheeky order!


    What is it about washi tape that is just so appealing? I have absolutely no need for it and yet I want all of it!


    Meg xx


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  10. Laura Flint2/24/2015

    This stationery looks incredible! You're so so lucky!

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  11. Everyone loves nice stationery, right? :))

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  12. I'm super pleased with my picks :))

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  13. MUJI is awesome, their notebooks are my favourite - I don't really use anything else.

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  14. Ha, I feel the same. I'm surprised I didn't buy more but there was so much choice it was overwhelming.

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  15. I want more - I can never have enough.

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  16. There's always room for a bit more stationery..

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  17. It's super useful in the studio1

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  18. They're actually a little bit rubbish.. they don't really hold stuff unless you're clipping together a lot of sheets. The organiser is super useful for using in the studio though.

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  19. I love the Mono erasers - I'm not really a pencil user but I couldn't turn down "the best eraser in the world" could I? ;))

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  20. I love washi tape.. although I need to start using it more on gifts to people. I use only black for packaging orders, which looks great but is a little boring!

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  21. I'm not sure luck has played much of a part in it!

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  22. I would have bought 10 pack of those colored spine notebooks, if we're being honest here.

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  23. I love Japanese design and stationery - minimal yet functional, exactly how it should be when it comes to office supplies! MUJI is one of my favourite shops of all time, it's so clean and simple and elegant, but unfortunately the one near me closed down (*sighs sadly*) so I have to get my stationery fix elsewhere these days or order online. I'm so envious of your organised little haul, if there's any more reason I need to visit Japan it's to stock up on desk treats and the like!

    With love ♥︎ » Paris by Friday

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  24. That organizer is everything!! I would have bought a dozen of those notebooks, too!

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  25. Laura Flint2/25/2015

    Here in South Africa it's very difficult to find nice stationary like this and almost impossible to order it online!

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  26. The Opal Diary2/26/2015

    I'd be exactly the same, I'd keep saving it for something 'special'!


    Meg xx


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  27. Right?! I even started writing notes in pencil even though I usually write in pen just so I can use the eraser! LOL!

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  28. I still have a boat load of Japanese stationery & those awesome erasable pens too. I have unopened packs of animal shaped paper clips that I never use & tiny decorative post its that are too cool to write on! 😃

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  29. i'm going to Japan next year and I know I will die around stationery there. It's going to be a good death. I'll be happy.

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