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Notebooks by Tsubame Note
The Ultimate Notebooks Made by All of Us
Date:23, Jan, 2015
Investigated and Written by Misaka Youhei
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Tsubame Note Inc. headquartered in Tokyo

Photos by Tsubame Note Inc.
Notebooks by Tsubame Note are a kind of Japan-made ones and picked out by select shops overseas like France, America and others.

Above all else, paper is the main point of notebooks. They say Japanese were all unable to produce notebooks of quality in postwar years, differently from today. Then, Tsubame Note first got to regard paper as the most important and light on foolscap paper; high-grade paper for writers, not for printing.

Improving usual foolscap paper, Tsubame Note developed their unique one; Tsubame Foolscap Paper. Seeing is believing. Please try their notebook with your fountain pen. Your writing would run smoothly and it can tightly absorb the ink. I believe you are going to know it was completely produced for your writing. Of course, the backside never becomes ink-stained.


Slanting-ruled Notebook

Size: B5
Paper: Tsubame Foolscap
Number: SL3070

Price: Open
Well, we can often see companies whose names are from ones of the founders. Tsubame Note is, however, from a quondam sales member named Tsubame, not the founding father. He had been loved by their customers and the then head decided to name their company Tsubame. And until today, they have held the name on their company.

Their slanting-ruled notebooks have recently been so popular. It is said they made such strange ones because they had a member who wrote slantwise and desired to produce a kind for people like that.

Their notebooks must be produced in spirit of making the best with all of us. So since the end of the World War 2, all people have loved them for a long time.



About Tsubame Note

・Name: Tsubame Note Inc. (Japanese)
・Address: 5-4-1 Asakusabashi, Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0053 Japan
・Established: 1936





 

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