The first Japanese glass pen – 30 studio 184 glass pens

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Glass pens are experiencing a resurgence in popularity in Japan. This book introduces 184 glass pens created by 30 studios.

The 30 studios featured in the book are :
HASE Glass Studio
Glass Studio aun
Glass Studio TooS
Arts and Crafts Tetsu Kobo
Guri Studio
Glass Studio Hitotsubou, Taeko Yamada
GLASS STUDIO Shinapusu
glass kaoria
Jerjertu Coffee
Kokeshi
Shoko Yamazaki
Glass Studio Sayori
Glass Studio Hand
Kawanishi Glass
Glass Studio LUC
Paraglass
Glass Studio Matsubokkuri
HanabiGlassStudio
Iroka Glass
Glass Studio Kasho
Glass Art The NEON
Elvan
Yachin Style
Hario Science
SOURIRE
Kitaichi Glass
Gekko Design
Otonari-Kobo
glass mouse
Glass Studio Honoo

Pages:
143
ISBN:
978-4788926189
Release Date:
December, 2021
Language:
Japanese
Publisher:

Author profile

Ken Takeda

Ink advisor and stationery writer.
Born in 1968. After graduating from university, after working as a salaryman, he met a fountain pen in 2010 and became a stationery writer. He has collected more than 3000 colors of fountain pen ink and about 600 fountain pens. She works on producing fountain pens and ink, workshops, stationery talk shows, and other activities that convey the appeal of fountain pens and ink.

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Weight 501 g
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