Episode #111Can't Get Enough: The Latest Stationery

Japan is a stationery lover's paradise, and this time we're bringing you all the newest items!
We visit an event about a particular type of ink that is all the rage among stationery girls and learn the secrets to writing cute notes and diary entries.
Plus, the newest info on Japan's unique hanko stamp culture!

In the studio, a pen spinning world champion shows us techniques the pros use.

Don't miss it!
October 4, Fri. 0:30 / 6:30 / 13:30
Shooting Locations
  • Girl's Stationery Festival

    Girl's Stationery Festival An event held primarily for women who love stationery. Popular and event-exclusive items are on sale. Event attendees can talk to stationery makers directly. Japan's largest stationery event will be held from December 12th - December 15th, 2019.

  • Shinimono-gurui

    Shinimono-gurui A hanko stamp shop that specializes in illustrated stamps. Customers can customize their stamp with more than 500 different designs. Finished in just 30 minutes, you can take it home with you right away. Place: Yanaka, Taito-ku, Tokyo

  • nishiogi PAPER TRY

    nishiogi PAPER TRY A group of 14 paper-lovers who study paper. On specific days the laboratory is open to the public, and visitors can buy original products and attend workshops. Place: Nishiogikita, Suginami-ku, Tokyo

Tokyo Photobook
  • Shingo Abe

    Shingo Abe Hairstylist.
    Shows off suits made in images of heroes and rock stars he was influenced by.

  • Kay

    Kay Professional pen spinner.
    The first person to make pen spinning into a street performance. He became the world champion at the 2019 pen spinning championship held in China. He enthralls audiences with his full-body performance.

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