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MEET THE DESIGNER: 365 SERIES

The history of of 365 Series goes way back to 1922, when Shigeru Miyazaki opened the doors to his first calendar-printing company in Osaka, Japan. Almost a century later, the Shinnippon Calendar Company has grown into a sprawling biz with headquarters across the country, but they still print the January-to-December masterworks that made them famous—and decided, in 2016, to find a way to repurpose the scraps of delicate, sturdy tissue paper called junpakushi that are leftover from the process... READ MORE

The history of of 365 Series goes way back to 1922, when Shigeru Miyazaki opened the doors to his first calendar-printing company in Osaka, Japan. Almost a century later, the Shinnippon Calendar Company has grown into a sprawling biz with headquarters across the country, but they still print the January-to-December masterworks that made them famous—and decided, in 2016, to find a way to repurpose the scraps of delicate, sturdy tissue paper called junpakushi that are leftover from the process. The sheets, which are also traditionally used for wrapping small gifts, are now bound into 365 Series—an assortment of precise, elegant notebooks with covers in pale colors meant to correspond to Japan’s seasons (we see you, cherry-blossom pink). The thin, silky pages make for a writing or sketching experience so blissful you might find yourself actually committing journaling.

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