A Japanese stationery store "Suzando-Hashimoto"

In the coming season in Japan, there will be more chances to celebrate someone to graduation and entrance and so on.

If you put it in a beautifully designed Goshugi-bukuro or Pochi-bukuro (a kind of envelopes for celebration), they will be more pleased.

"Suzando-Hashimoto" is founded in 1953, and the main store is located in Rokkaku-dori Fuya-cho .

A Japanese stationery store in Kyoto that manufactures and sells paper products that emphasize hand-drawn characters and hand-drawn designs.

In particular, the original gift envelopes, Pochi-bukuro and envelopes are mostly made by hand.

There are also many paper products that make you want to write letters, such as stationery, envelopes, postcards and cards.

At this time of the year, there are stationery and cards with O-hina-sama (Hina Dolls) that you want to send to the Hina-matsuri Festival.

For those of you who are worried about your money due to the increased number of celebrations, why not go to "Spring sale" by 31 January?

During the period, people who purchase products at the Kyoto main store will receive an original mask case as a present.


This mask case is a caricature design with the well-known "Toga no Usagi (rabbit)" of the old cartoon. It wears a infection prevention mask!

110 Yaoya-cho, Rokkaku-dori Fuya-cho, Nakagyo-ku Ward, Kyoto City
10 minutes walk from Hankyu Kyoto Kawaramachi Station

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