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Every mistake you make reveals Mt Fuji with these clever transforming erasers

By grape Japan

Japan's PLUS Stationery had many looking forward to making mistakes, for once, when they released a special Mt Fuji edition version of their "Air-in" range of erasers. The fun-to-use erasers look fairly standard at first, but as you use them, they wear down revealing your very own personal snow-capped Mt Fuji.

Now with fall and all the vivid colors it brings in full in swing, PLUS Stationery has decided to follow up on their clever and popular eraser version of Japan's iconic mountain with a new fall version of the release that celebrates the image of Mt Fuji in autumn colors.


Like the previous Mt Fuji erasers, the new fall version uses a two layer structure and a durable curved top that gradually reveals Mt Fuji topped with snow. However, this time they come in a bright orange color inspired by momiji, or Japanese maple leaves, to add some fall flavor to the majestic mountain.

The erasers are fastened by a gold-stamped band that comes in six different designs based on koyo (紅葉), the colorful fall leaves of Japan.


The transforming fall Mt Fuji erasers are available from stationery stores around Japan, as well as for online order on Amazon and Rakuten as well.

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Cute idea. Spot on! So funny.

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Michael MachidaToday  07:53 am JST

Cute idea. Spot on! So funny.

It might make you 'want to' make more mistakes!. Very cute and a cool idea.

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It's the opposite. Not revealed.

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Just came back from Fujiyoshida region, lots of things made as gifts resembling Mount Fuji, a giant mountain, iconic symbol of Japan. It is an imponent vulcan, incredible presence. Tip, if you go by train or bus stay in Kawaguchiko station, as many sightseeing buses start there their routes, Red, Green and Blue Lines.

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