My name is Takuya Takahashi.
I’m the chief editor of the web magazine “Chaque jour, de la papeterie.(mainichi-bunbougu)” that introduces stationery.
“Chaque jour, de la papeterie.” means “Everyday Stationery” in Japanese.
We feature the stationery which we use in our daily lives.
Our subtitle is “No stationery,No life.”
I like stationery very much, as the subtitle expresses. I cannot consider a life without stationery.
Our mission is to share the appeal of stationery with the world.
I like Japanese stationery very much.
Japanese stationery is excellent.
It is very high-quality and, its quality is uniform.
Japanese stationery is made with great attention to detail.
So, It is very dependable and always works perfectly.
The high quality is uniform, so you do not have to worry about wasting your money on defective products.
A design is unique.
Japanese stationery possesses the design which stands out compared to stationery from other countries.
Its design is often an extension of its function.
Its beauty is very popular with people oversees, too.
It’s most suitable as a gift.
Many of them are low-priced though they’re of high quality.
They are becoming increasingly popular as gifts by foreign travelers to Japan.
We are happy to have a staff member join us from America to help us translate select articles into English.
I hope we can help you learn about this wonderful world of Japanese stationery!
The chief editor Takuya Takahashi