Ten's stationery shop tour 006
I will visit and report on interesting stationery stores around the country and around the world. This is the second installment in a series of three articles that will take us out of Fukuoka and introduce stationery shops in Tokyo.
I went to a stationery store that a follower on Instagram told me about. This time I went to Kakimori, which is famous among stationery lovers.
Kakimori is located at Kuramae Station in the downtown area. The store has an exciting yet familiar feel to the old townscape. This is a stationery shop run by people who enjoy writing.
You can make custom-made notebooks and ink.
There's also a bench outside, so if you're tired from walking around town, you can take a break.
There are shelves for stationery on almost the entire wall.
Kakimori is famous for its ability to create custom-made notebooks. You can create your own notebook by focusing on the details other than the paper inside the notebook.
There is a cutting machine in the center of the store.
In addition to notebooks, you can also order ink. It's safe to make a reservation in advance.
In addition to custom-made items, we also have a wide variety of paper and pens for writing.
There were various types of paper for trial writing, and it was a space that you could enjoy forever.
Purchased SAKURA craft.lab 002 and its refill.
The concept seems to be an adult coupie, but it's really easy to write and I like it. It is also an interesting gimmick that the core is pulled out by twisting instead of a knock type.
inkstand by kakimori
1F, 1-6-2 Misuji, Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0055
Weekdays 12:00-17:00/Saturdays, Sundays, and Holidays 11:00-18:00 (Closed on Mondays)
Please check the official website for the latest information