The Japanese can make amazing things with paper and the Omoshiroi Block Scenery Blossoms in Kyoto Memo Pad is certainly one of the best proofs of that. Using 40 sheets of papers to create depth, design company Triad from Osaka has managed to bring out the beauty of one of Kyoto's most characteristic scenes: the Gion Tatsumi Bridge in Gion, the city's (and Japan's) most famous geisha district!
Despite the amazing detail in the cherry trees, the wooden buildings, and the bridge, the geisha only appears as a subtle silhouette to convey the elusiveness that has long been a part of the appeal of Japan's traditional professional entertainers. The gradually revealed Omoshiroi Block Scenery Blossoms in Kyoto Memo Pad brings this unique image to your desk, in an easy-to-accommodate size and with an acrylic "wall" to protect it from dust. A great gift to your self or any lover of classic Japanese imagery.
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