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I've been using Mr. Yoshino's notebooks almost exclusively for the past year. They are absolutely phenomenal.

 

My favourite is the 288, however I find the 336 more practical. In scaling it up, however, something has been lost in the delicacy of proportion...

 

Oh, have you ever orderd the notebooks from Design.Y!? Sounds good. The paper of the notebook called TOMOE-RIVER is very friendly for many kinds of inks for fountain pens. ...Personally, I prefer Life's writing paper to TOMOE-RIVER, though.

 

 

- Life Japanese Paper -

 

http://www.notemaker.com.au/collections/life-japanese-paper

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Oh, have you ever orderd the notebooks from Design.Y!? Sounds good. The paper of the notebook called TOMOE-RIVER is very friendly for many kinds of inks for fountain pens. ...Personally, I prefer Life's writing paper to TOMOE-RIVER, though.

 

 

- Life Japanese Paper -

 

http://www.notemaker.com.au/collections/life-japanese-paper

I have a few of these too... still prefer Tomoe River!!! :thumbup:

Too many pens; too little writing.

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I have a few of these too... still prefer Tomoe River!!! :thumbup:

 

Yeah, the Japanese paper TOMOE-RIVER has a high compatibility for fountain pen inks.

In fact, Design.Y uses TOMOE-RIVER for making their order-made notebooks.

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Thank you so much! I just found this thread and have been enjoying all the videos. Nice work. :)

 

Thanks, Mr. Mihune. lol I'll keep uploading the videos about fountain pens. Incidentally, I'm a BIG fan of actor Toshiro Mihune. Would you like to ask me to choose which Kurosawa film is the best? I can't choose it because almost all his films are masterpieces, I believe!!

 

 

- Yojimbo (1961) -

 

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Thanks, Mr. Mihune. lol I'll keep uploading the videos about fountain pens. Incidentally, I'm a BIG fan of actor Toshiro Mihune. Would you like to ask me to choose which Kurosawa film is the best? I can't choose it because almost all his films are masterpieces, I believe!!

 

 

- Yojimbo (1961) -

 

 

Awesome video! :thumbup: I won't make you choose which Kurosawa film is the best. I myself like Shichinin no Samurai and Ikiru.

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Awesome video! :thumbup: I won't make you choose which Kurosawa film is the best. I myself like Shichinin no Samurai and Ikiru.

 

Sounds good!!

I've learned a lot from those two films. :)

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So do you still declare people to be National Treasures there in Japan? These guys should be on the short list! Thanks for the great video!

"Ravens play with lost time."

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A friend of mine's father was declared one in China. He was a well-known calligrapher.

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So do you still declare people to be National Treasures there in Japan? These guys should be on the short list! Thanks for the great video!

 

Thanks, Aquinata. :)

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A friend of mine's father was declared one in China. He was a well-known calligrapher.

 

Sounds so great!

I would like to appreciate prominent works of him directly. :)

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