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Spruce up your journal entries with Kori Jirushi


It’s no secret that Japanese stationery is top-tier. The variety and quality that come with the different pens, notebooks and stickers make documenting all the more fun. Another great thing about Japanese stationery is its affordable price point. From 100 yen stores to bigger stationery chains like Loft and Tokyu Hands, stationery is never hard to come by.

Joining the lineup of cool stationery, no pun intended is Kori Jirushi or Ice Stamps. Designed after ice cubes, these transparent stamps make it easier to know exactly where you’ll place the stamp. For smaller stamp sizes (22x22x18mm), there are 20 designs featuring dog breeds like Pomeranians, Yorkshire Terriers and other accent illustrations. The larger stamps (33x33x18mm) come in 10 designs and offer more dog breeds, landscapes and animals. You can also buy these stamps in six sets under different themes like animals, cats and desserts. 

Available in two sizes, these stamps are available online from ¥530 to ¥2,400 for a pack of six. 

Source: King Jim

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