- Metal Nib - Brass€ 52,00
- Nib Holder - Sakura Wood
- Pen Rest - Sakura Wood€ 55,00
- Pigment Ink no 01 Po€ 29,00
- Pigment Ink no 02 Torori€ 29,00
- Pigment Ink no 04 Karari€ 29,00
- Pigment Ink no 05 Kurun€ 29,00
- Pigment Ink no 06 toppuri
- Pigment Ink no 10 koton€ 29,00
- KIT Colour Liner 0.3mm€ 6,00
- KIT Colour Liner 0.5mm€ 6,00
- KIT Colour Liner Brush€ 6,00
- Aluminium Fountain Pen F€ 54,00
- Aluminium Rollerball Pen 0.5€ 54,00
- Aluminium Ballpoint Pen M€ 46,00
- Metal Nib - Stainless Steel
- Nib Holder - Aluminium
Known for their top notch Tokyo store in Asakusa, Kakimori is stationery heaven.
With their Ink Stand shop around the corner, many stationery pilgrims make the tour to Asakusa, pausing with stops to the nearest temple.
Their home is one of Tokyo’s old shitamachi (downtown) neighbourhoods. Craftsmanship remains well and truly alive, with small manufacturing workshops and factories lining the streets. Work and daily life exist in close proximity and there is a strong sense of community. The neighbourhood is often talked about as a place that embraces both old and new & Kakimori has been nurtured by the area and its people since the day they began.
At misc-store we are proud to stock their global collection of inks and pens and we look forward to expand our range in Amsterdam.
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Sun _____________ 12.00 - 18.00
Elandsgracht 59, Amsterdam
Misc Store supports
climate change solutions &
plants a tree for every order
Importing from countries as far as Japan & shipping worldwide has more of an impact than we would like. That is why we plant a tree for every order + we plant an additional 2 trees each day.
Furthermore, we offset the individual carbon footprint of our staff, including travel per individual under 8,000 km by car or 2 short-haul return flights annually, by funding climate change solutions through Ecologi.
A selection of these climate projects are shown here.
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Climate projects supported by Misc Store
Using waste biomass to produce electricity in Chile