MD Pen Pouch Kurashiki Canvas
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The MD Pen Pouch Kurashiki Canvas is a sturdy, gusseted pouch that holds up to 20 of your favorite writing tools. It features a small inner pocket to keep ink cartridges, erasers and even fits an MD Sticky Memo Pad. The pouch is...
The MD Pen Pouch Kurashiki Canvas is a sturdy, gusseted pouch that holds up to 20 of your favorite writing tools. It features a small inner pocket to keep ink cartridges, erasers and even fits an MD Sticky Memo Pad. The pouch is made of Kurashiki Canvas, a water-repellent canvas that has been waxed, and becomes more supple as you use it.
This easy-to-use pen pouch has a timeless, minimalist design that compliments your MD Notebook collection, while its streamlined form and natural texture fit seamlessly into your writing routine.
Measures 8 × 21 × 6 cm
Holds up to 20 pens and pencils
Made from Kurashiki canvas and cow leather zipper tag
Made in Japan
Product may show white marks due to waxing and are not considered stains
Please be aware that water-repellent characteristics may decrease over time
The port city of Kurashiki in Okayama Prefecture - originally known for its denim - is Japan's leading producer of hanpu, the high quality canvas cloth that helped jumpstart Japan's economic development in the Meiji Period (1868-1912).
The material is made by twisting together threads of cotton, which are then woven in a plain-weave. Compared to regular canvas, Kurashiki hanpu is very tightly woven, making it a durable and water-resistant material that still retains excellent breathability. Kurashiki Canvas has made its way into all aspects of Japanese life - from rail cargo sheets and sails, to tents, bags and now Midori MD's stationery products.
MD Paper Products x Misc-store Amsterdam
MD Paper is Midori’s pride when it comes to the art of making paper. Being a stationery manufacturer from the 1950’s, MD Paper can be described as part of their blueprint. Ever since Midori made MD Paper in the 1960’s, they have applied the Japanese ‘Kaizen’ principle, meaning they are continuously looking for ways to improve its quality. The result is paper that will not stain, or bleed and is fantastic to write on, especially with a fountain pen.
MD Paper Products have a lot in common with tofu, an essential ingredient in Japanese cuisine. They both have an extremely simple combination of materials, but require the utmost care in how they are made. As you begin using MD Notebook, it will become as essential for capturing your day to day life as tofu is in Japanese cooking.
At Misc-store Amsterdam we have been expanding our collection of MD Paper Products throughout the years, and it has become a favorite among customers and staff alike. Now we proudly carry the full range, including all MD Notebook sizes and covers, letter paper and envelopes, writing tools and accessories.
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About MD PAPER PRODUCTS
MD PAPER PRODUCTS are simple, Japan-made products and Midori’s pride when it comes to the art of making paper.
Not only the paper itself has been developed carefully, also the method of binding deserves an explanation. The MD Notebooks are bound by means of stitching; a large sheet of paper is folded into a bundle of 16 pages. Then, such bundles are bound with thread. This method enables the notebook to open entirely flat, ensuring ease of writing, without a bumpy middle.
To honor this method of binding, Midori has left the cover uncovered, so its spine exposes the cheesecloth tape, which is used to reinforce the bound paper.
Being a stationery manufacturer from the 1950’s, MD PAPER PRODUCTS can be described as part of Midori's blueprint. Ever since Midori made MD PAPER in the 1960’s, they have applied the Japanese ‘Kaizen’ principle, meaning they are continuously looking for ways to improve its quality. The result is paper that will not stain nor bleed and is fantastic to write on, especially with a fountain pen.