About This Product
These cute pocket-sized sets of note paper from Furukawa Paper Works are designed in homage to vintage matchboxes. Each screen-printed box advertises a different imaginary business. In this case, we have a matchbox from an ice cream parlor with a charming penguin mascot.
The note paper inside the box is fine washi paper, light and slightly translucent, with a subtle fiber structure and natural white color. The front of each page is smooth and the back is elegantly textured.
Use the matches as playful lines for your short note. There's a little orange penguin in the bottom right corner to make it extra friendly.
Made in Japan.
About Furukawa Paper Works Co., Ltd.:
Furukawa Paper Works has been dedicated to making beautiful washi paper since 1835. Located in Mino City, Gifu Prefecture, Furukawa sits at the heart of traditional Japanese papermaking. Washi paper has been manufactured in Mino since the eighth century from the bark of the paper mulberry tree. Mino washi is so special and historically important that it has a place on the UNESCO List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
Today, Furukawa carries the tradition of Mino washi forward with stylish stationery that connects people with one another and reminds them of the natural world. We are very pleased to stock a growing selection of paper products from Furukawa Paper Works.