• The Gift Box - Nightfall
  • The Gift Box - Nightfall
  • The Gift Box - Nightfall
  • The Gift Box - Nightfall
  • The Gift Box - Nightfall
  • The Gift Box - Nightfall

The Gift Box - Nightfall

Kakimori

Regular price € 130,00
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Description

Cherish the time alone with your thoughts. Kakimori's Gift Box - Nightfall is a gift of introspection, with a notebook and pen for company. The classic pairing of black and grey caters for all tastes, while the sturdy hardcover will be at home among your treasured book...

Cherish the time alone with your thoughts. Kakimori's Gift Box - Nightfall is a gift of introspection, with a notebook and pen for company. The classic pairing of black and grey caters for all tastes, while the sturdy hardcover will be at home among your treasured book collection. For keeping words that stand the test of time.
 
This gift box includes Kakimori's pigment ink 10 Koton, aluminium fountain pen F and grey A5 notebook.

The boxes are made to hold each of the tools perfectly and are constructed without any glue, tape or staples. Designed with simplicity to highlight the contents and complement any gift occasion. The artisan foil-stamped logo gives the box an understated presence.

At Misc-store Amsterdam we carry a selection of Kakimori pigment inks, dip pens and the colour liner kits.

Details

Measures 13, 6 × 24,3 × 4,7 mm
Includes pigment ink 10 Koton, aluminium fountain pen F and grey A5 notebook
Made from 100% recycled waxed paperboard
Made in Japan

Kakimori x Misc-store Amsterdam

Kakimori's notebooks, inks, pens and letter papers are made through craftsmanship and imbued with the hope of treasured, long-lasting ownership — brought to life within your own space and time.

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. By taking the design, production and retail of products into their own hands, Kakimori aims to reconnect with local manufacturing, revitalise declining crafts and artisans, and restore circularity for the next generation.

At Misc-store Amsterdam we are proud to be stocking selected items from Kakimori's carefully crafted range of writing tools — to celebrate the joy of writing.

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About Kakimori

Kakimori

At Misc-store Amsterdam we are proud to be stocking carefully selected items from Kakimori's exquisitely crafted range of writing tools — to celebrate the joy of writing.

Kakimori's notebooks, inks, pens and letter papers are made through craftsmanship and imbued with the hope of treasured, long-lasting ownership — brought to life within your own space and time.

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. By taking the design, production and retail of products into their own hands, Kakimori aims to reconnect with local manufacturing, revitalise declining crafts and artisans, and restore circularity for the next generation.