Notebook Review JetPen''s Kanso Sasshi Booklets The
“Kanso” means simple and “Sasshi” means notebook in Japanese. I found these notebooks lovely. The paper is smooth and performs beautifully as Tomoe River does. The 52gsm paper does have quite a bit of ghosting on the opposite side, but no bleed through.
Video JetPens Tomoe River Kanso Sasshi TN Notebook
JetPens Tomoe River Kanso Sasshi TN Notebook is designed entirely inhouse and made exclusively for us by artisans in Japan. "Kanso" (簡素) means simplicity in Japanese, and simplicity is at the heart of the design. Check out these compatible covers for your Kanso Sasshi TN notebook. For similar finds, check out the guides and collection below.
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Notebook Review – JetPen’s Kanso Sasshi Booklets. Author Laura Cameron Posted on August 13, 2019 August 13, 2019 2 Comments. Review by Laura Cameron Last time I browsed JetPens I was excited to see a new (to me) notebook that I wanted to try. I went ahead and ordered the JetPens exclusive Kanso Sasshi Booklets (pack of 2, $20.50).
Diamine Inkvent Calendar Day 7 – Writing at Large
This was drawn on a Kanso Sasshi 3.5” x 5.5” Tomoe River Paper notebook using a Pelikan Pelikano. The colour reminds me a little of Rohrer and Klingner’s Emma SketchINK, Diamine Evergreen and even Diamine Umber. I plan on using this ink for sketches, maybe
journal comics – Writing at Large
This was drawn on a Kanso Sasshi 3.5” x 5.5” Tomoe River Paper notebook, using a Lamy ALStar Pacific fine nib fountain pen. Peppermint Blue shades a lot, even not on Tomoe River Paper, and it shimmers (which I just can’t seem to capture) with silver sparkles.
Notebook Cover Modifications — Lone Star Pen Club
Muji 60page booklets, 1 Kanso Sasshi Tomoe River 96 page book, and a Tomoe River 368 page book. It’s slightly snug but not uncomfortable. Here, you can see the 4 strands I put in as well as where I tied in some waxed thread which I made into bookmarks.