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Kunisawa Find Ring Note - Spiral Notebook

$18.00 USD
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Description

It’s time for a better spiral.

The Find Ring Note Spiral Notebook looks professional and feels professional. The copper foil detailing and high quality paper set this notebook apart from its spiral competitors. Straight from a Japanese printing company in Shimbashi, Tokyo, it is made especially for fountain pen users. The Kunisawa line uses a special paper that’s flawlessly smooth and feels amazing to write in.

This book comes in a wide range of cool and bright colors alike. The high quality look and construction makes this the perfect notebook for high powered business meetings, as well as thoughtful journal entries. It takes spiral notebooks to a whole new level. 

We are honored and proud to say that in addition to being the first store in the U.S. to carry Kunisawa stationery, we have the widest offering of their original line of notebooks and pads.

Product Specs

Official A5 size

80 pages

Copper gilt edge foiling

Square grid pages

Japanese OK Foolscap Paper

Spiral bound

Made in Japan

Why We Love It

We are so excited that the Kunisawa line is part of our Ink+Volt store. In fact, the brand's U.S. debut was right here at Ink+Volt. Like all things Kunisawa, you are truly getting a special product. Kunisawa notebooks are made with the finest paper. When you glide your fingers across the page, it feels so smooth and slick you almost can't believe it's paper. In fact, the company describes the paper as being "as smooth as silk." We can verify that claim. What we love most about the Find Ring Note is its high quality construction and beautiful foil details.

The truly special and unique part of the Kunisawa line is the amazingly smooth paper. All of Kunisawa’s books use “foolscap” paper, which has a very interesting history. As told by our friends at Kunisawa:

“Britain’s foolscap paper is relatively well known, having even made an appearance in the English novelist Arthur Conan Doyle’s 19th Century Sherlock Holmes series, which is said to be the origin of the phrase. The “foolscap” name is said to come from the jester’s hat that was originally used as the watermark for the paper.

First imported to Japan from Britain in the Meiji era (1868-1912), the paper was perfect for note-taking due to the smooth writing feel and excellent ink absorption it provided for fountain pens.

The first Japanese foolscap paper was born under the name “OK Foolscap Paper” as a response to the demand for paper with such qualities to be produced domestically.

As Japan’s only paper dedicated to executive-grade note taking, it is used locally for high-class, watermarked notebooks, letter sets, and other materials.”