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Look, touch, write, and draw The first glass pen

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Japan's first introduction to glass pens by stationery writer Ken Takeda.

183 glass pens from 30 workshops are posted. Glass pens with various designs filled with the attention of the creators are pleasing to the eye and stimulate material desires.

Also includes an article on visiting a glass workshop by an author who knows everything about fountain pen ink and glass pens. We talk passionately about the charm of writers and glass pens.

In addition, we will introduce how to use the glass pen enthusiasts who are obsessed with the charm. Please take a look at the diverse works and wide world created by making full use of glass pens.

I introduce it on my blog.

[Friday stationery] ( No. 33 / Ken Takeda's "First Glass Pen" )


Format/number of pages: B5, 144 pages