Basically, I believe what to write like a pen and what to be written upon like a note must be a pair, although most of people tend to regard the former as important. The evidence is that there are many persons who have been given pens in celebration of employment or something. On the other hand, it is difficult to find someone who has been presented a memo pad or a notebook.
It means many people regard what to be written on as a next to what to write. However, there is a kind of what to be written upon which can be the first principle. It is lined paper, also called manuscript paper. At elementary school, teachers usually order all kids to make a book report using the paper.
The example shows manuscript paper is a special one clearly different from usual stationery like notebooks and memo pads. There must be a lot of office workers who have notebooks at their home. They seldom own manuscript paper, however.
If lined paper were truly special, it is not mysterious you want especial lined paper. So you should take ones by Masuya. Masuya is an old-established shop of paper products in Asakusa, Tokyo. They were built in 1882 and started to produce made-to-order manuscript paper ordered by various authors like Yokomizo Seishi and Mishima Yukio. There are two types; “Cream-colored Paper” and “Deluxe Paper.”
"Lined Paper" Cream-colored Paper No. 107
Price: 450 yen + tax
"Lined Paper" Cream-colored Paper No. 102
Price: 500 yen + tax
Cream-colored paper can restrain refection of ray, which guards our eyeballs while writing. Moreover, it uses ink-oriented paper and then, we can write so easily. Deluxe paper, on the other hand, has a variety of ruled line colors. We can enjoy writing pleased by the hue. Needless to mention, the touch is marvelous. Altogether, there are 35 types of lined paper at their shop. Why not visit and look for your special one there?