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    • Japan Centre

      Lumberyards Greeting Card

      Japan Centre

      <p>Description on the reverse of the greeting card: Hiroshige is often considered, along with Hokusai, one of the greatest 19th Century Japanese print artists, and is thought to have designed around 5400 prints. He is best known for his landscape prints, and influenced Western impressionists such as Van Gogh and Claude Monet.This card is made from quality heavy weight luxurious pearlescent paper, giving a beautiful shimmering effect, elegantly finished with rounded corners.Card Size: 15.1cm x 10.7cmEnvelope Size: 16.2cm x 11.3cm</p>

      £2.95

    • Japan Centre

      Japanese Gift Envelope - Gold

      Japan Centre

      <p>It is Japanese tradition to give decorated Shugi Bukuro envelopes containing gifts of crisp money notes at significant times. Weddings, Funerals, Birthdays, New Year, Graduation, Birth, Farewell occasions are all times where you would find these envelopes given. They are ornately decorated and a beautiful gift to give. The decorative gold strand tie, shaped like a bouquet of flowers, slips off so that you can insert money into the folded thick paper envelope. Decorative band with the Japanese for ‘Congratulations’ is included with this envelope.</p>

      £2.38

    • Japan Centre

      Snow In Ueno Greeting Card

      Japan Centre

      <p>Description on the reverse of the greeting card: A bridge, particularly a bridge over water, represents crossing over from the profane to the sacred, cleansing yourself to enter the pure world of nature. In Zen symbolism, red represents life force, preservation, the sacred, and red transforms the delusion of attachment into the wisdom of discernment. Hiroshige is often considered, along with Hokusai, one of the greatest 19th Century Japanese print artists, best known for his landscape prints.This card is made from quality heavy weight luxurious pearlescent paper, giving a beautiful shimmering effect, elegantly finished with rounded corners.Card Size: 15.1cm x 10.7cmEnvelope Size: 16.2cm x 11.3cm</p>

      £2.95

    • Japan Centre

      Maiko Magnet Bookmarks

      Japan Centre

      <p>Let them keep your page. Never lose your spot in your book with this set of two magnetic bookmarks. Decorated with images of maiko (trainee geisha), these bendy bookmarks are designed to be folded over the page you wish to mark and magnetically trap the marked page between the two halves. Bookmarks measure approx. 6cm in length (12cm including both halves), 2cm in width.</p>

      £3.99

    • Japan Centre

      Kokeshi Doll Magnet Bookmarks

      Japan Centre

      <p>A charming way to keep your page.Never lose your spot in your book with this set of two magnetic bookmarks. Decorated with images of decorative kokeshi dolls, these bendy bookmarks are designed to be folded over the page you wish to mark and magnetically trap the marked page between the two halves. Bookmark measures approx. 6cm in length (12cm including both halves), 2cm in width.Item design may vary.</p>

      £3.99

    • Japan Centre

      Black Cat Magnet Bookmarks

      Japan Centre

      <p>Guard your page from harm.Never lose your spot in your book with this set of two magnetic bookmarks. Decorated with images of black cats, these bendy bookmarks are designed to be folded over the page you wish to mark and magnetically trap the marked page between the two halves. Bookmark measures approx. 6cm in length (12cm including both halves), 2cm in width.</p>

      £3.99

    • Japan Centre

      Hiroshige's 'Surugadai Quarter' Greeting Card

      Japan Centre

      <p>Description on the reverse of the greeting card: Koinobori, meaning 'carp streamer' are carp-shaped wind socks traditionally flown in Japan to celebrate Children's Day - a tradition still carried out today. These carps, made by drawing carp patterns on cloth or fabric, are traditionally set to be flown above the roofs of houses. The artist Hiroshige is considered to be one of the greatest 19th Century Japanese print artists, also known to have influenced Western impressionists such as Van Gogh and Monet.Quality heavy weight luxurious pearlescent paper, giving a beautiful shimmering effect, elegantly finished with rounded corners.</p>

      £2.95

    • Japan Centre

      Hiroshige's 'Naruto Whirlpools' Greeting Card

      Japan Centre

      <p>Description on the reverse of the greeting card: Hiroshige is considered to be one of the greatest 19th Century Japanese print artists. He is thought to have designed around 5400 prints and is best known for his landscape prints. This image is from a series that Hiroshige produced between 1853 and 1856, 'Famous Views of the Sixty Odd Provinces', representing outstanding landscape scenes from various provinces across Japan.Quality heavy weight luxurious pearlescent paper, giving a beautiful shimmering effect, elegantly finished with rounded corners.</p>

      £2.95

    • Japan Centre

      Hiroshige's 'Plum Estate' Greeting Card

      Japan Centre

      <p>Description on the reverse of the greeting card: The plum blossom is a flower regarded with special fondness in Asia for many centuries, and widely used as a symbol of good fortune. Expressive of enduring happiness, it has been traditionally used as a decorative symbol of congratulatory occasions. Hiroshige is considered to be one of the greatest 19th Century Japanese print artists, known to have influenced Western impressionists such as Van Gogh and Claude Monet.Quality heavy weight luxurious pearlescent paper, giving a beautiful shimmering effect, elegantly finished with rounded corners.</p>

      £2.95

    • Japan Centre

      Hiroshige's 'Cranes at Mikawa Island' Greeting Card

      Japan Centre

      <p>Description on the reverse of the greeting card: The crane is revered as a national treasure in Japan, and has long been seen as a symbol of longevity and good fortune as it was thought to have a life span of a thousand years. As these birds are also monogamous, the crane is also seen as a symbol of love, commitment and devotion. Hiroshige is considered to be one of the greatest 19th Century Japanese print artists, who influenced Western impressionists such as Van Gogh and Claude Monet.Quality heavy weight luxurious pearlescent paper, giving a beautiful shimmering effect, elegantly finished with rounded corners.</p>

      £2.95

    • Japan Centre

      Peach Blossom Greeting Card

      Japan Centre

      <p>Description on the reverse of the greeting card: The peach blossom is enjoyed around the world. Flowers have a language of their own, originating in 17th Century Constantinople. The peach blossom flower means "I am your captive", symbolising the captivating passion that washes over two people in love.Quality heavy weight luxurious pearlescent paper, giving a beautiful shimmering effect, elegantly finished with rounded corners.</p>

      £2.95

    • Japan Centre

      Pink Lotus Greeting Card

      Japan Centre

      <p>Description on the reverse of the greeting card: The lotus is closely associated with purity and spirituality. The lotus flower is revered for its ability to rise from the dirty, murky waters to bloom into a beautiful pure flower. This process symbolises enlightenment - that we can rise above human suffering in the same way as the lotus, by moving from the lowest to the highest state of consciousness. Quality heavy weight luxurious pearlescent paper, giving a beautiful shimmering effect, elegantly finished with rounded corners.</p>

      £2.95

    • Japan Centre

      Hokusai's 'Morning Mount Fuji' Greeting Card

      Japan Centre

      <p>Description on the reverse of the greeting card: The sacred peak of Mount Fuji has been venerated as the home of a Fire God, and later the dwelling of a Shinto Goddess of flowering trees. While scholars debate the origin of the sacred mountain's name, 'Fuji', one of the most commonly used meanings is 'Everlasting Life'. Also simply known as Red Fuji, this image, dating 1830-1832, is one of the most widely recognised pieces of Japanese art in the world.Quality heavy weight luxurious pearlescent paper, giving a beautiful shimmering effect, elegantly finished with rounded corners.</p>

      £2.95

    • Japan Centre

      Koson Ohara's 'Sparrow Hortensia' Greeting Card

      Japan Centre

      <p>Description on the reverse of the greeting card: The artist Koson Ohara was a Japanese painter and printmaker in the late 19th and early 20th Century. With some 500 works to his name, he was the most famous and prolific 20th Century print artist of the animal and birds genre in Japan.Quality heavy weight luxurious pearlescent paper, giving a beautiful shimmering effect, elegantly finished with rounded corners.</p>

      £2.95

    • Japan Centre

      Japanese Gift Envelope - Red

      Japan Centre

      <p>It is Japanese tradition to give decorated Shugi Bukuro envelopes containing gifts of crisp money notes at significant times. Weddings, Funerals, Birthdays, New Year, Graduation, Birth, Farewell occassions are all times where you would find these envelopes given. They are ornately decorated and a beautiful gift to give. The decorative red and white tie strand with yellow chick slips off so that you can insert money into the folded thick paper envelope. This envelope is especially for new births, but can also be used for other happy occasions. Comes in a protective plastic sleeve.</p>

      £1.98

    • Japan Centre

      London Skull Pass Holder

      Japan Centre

      <p>Convenient and stylish; what’s not to like? All four of the pass holders in this series feature Japanese calligraphy techniques, and this particular design has also drawn inspiration from modern-day London. A clever combination of cultures, this is an ideal gift for any London traveller.</p>

      £3.99

    • Japan Centre

      Japanese Gift Envelope - White

      Japan Centre

      <p>Congratulate your friends and family the Japanese way! This decorative card would be ideal to give a happy couple on their wedding day, and contains a small envelope for inserting money, a gift voucher or a gift card. The decorative ribbon can be easily slipped off, and the gift can be placed inside the envelope which can then be folded inside the decorative card. Two pre-written bands saying ‘Happy Wedding’ in English and ‘Congratulations’ in Japanese are included.</p>

      £2.38

    • Japan Centre

      Japanese Gift Envelope - Pink

      Japan Centre

      <p>It is Japanese tradition to give decorated Shugi Bukuro envelopes containing gifts of crisp money notes at significant times. Weddings, Funerals, Birthdays, New Year, Graduation, Birth, Farewell occasions are all times where you would find these envelopes given. They are ornately decorated and a beautiful gift to give. The decorative pink strand tie, shaped like a bouquet of flowers, slips off so that you can insert money into the folded thick paper envelope. A pre-written band saying ‘Congratulations’ in Japanese is included.</p>

      £2.38

    • Japan Centre

      Plum Blossom Magnet Bookmarks

      Japan Centre

      <p>A page-keeper that sings of spring.Never lose your spot in your book with this set of two magnetic bookmarks. Decorated with images of multicoloured plum blossoms, these bendy bookmarks are designed to be folded over the page you wish to mark and magnetically trap the marked page between the two halves. Bookmark measures approx. 6cm in length (12cm including both halves), 2cm in width.</p>

      £3.99

    • Japan Centre

      New Year's Monkey And Bamboo Greeting Card

      Japan Centre

      <p>For celebrating 2016, the Year of the Monkey. Description on the reverse of the greeting card: The Japanese word for monkey, 'saru', is a homonym of the Japanese word 'expel' (also pronounced saru'), meaning 'dispel' or 'push away'. This has given the monkey a sacred symbolism as a guardian against negativity and misfortune. The bamboo, which is also present in the image, is traditionally regarded as a symbol of good luck.This card is made from quality heavy weight luxurious pearlescent paper, giving a beautiful shimmering effect, elegantly finished with rounded corners.Card Size: 15.1cm x 10.7cmEnvelope Size: 16.2cm x 11.3cm</p>

      £2.95

    • Japan Centre

      Nikko In Snow Greeting Card

      Japan Centre

      <p>Description on the reverse of the greeting card: Shinkyo bridge, constructed in 1636, with its bold red, yet simple elegance, contrasting with the wildness of the river gorge, the green hills, and the tumbling waters, has long been considered one of the most beautiful structures in Japan. It is ranked as one of the three finest bridges of Japan. In feudal times, the sacred bridge could be used only by the emperor.This card is made from quality heavy weight luxurious pearlescent paper, giving a beautiful shimmering effect, elegantly finished with rounded corners.Card Size: 15.1cm x 10.7cmEnvelope Size: 16.2cm x 11.3cm</p>

      £2.95

    • Japan Centre

      Snow At Bridge Greeting Card

      Japan Centre

      <p>Description on the reverse of the greeting card: A bridge, particularly a bridge over water, represents crossing over from the profane to the sacred, cleansing yourself to enter the pure world of nature. In Zen symbolism, red represents life force, preservation, the sacred, and red transforms the delusion of attachment into the wisdom of discernment.This card is made from quality heavy weight luxurious pearlescent paper, giving a beautiful shimmering effect, elegantly finished with rounded corners.Card Size: 15.1cm x 10.7cmEnvelope Size: 16.2cm x 11.3cm</p>

      £2.95

    • Japan Centre

      Hiroshige's 'Clearing after Snow' Greeting Card

      Japan Centre

      <p>Description on the reverse of the greeting card: Nihonbashi is now a business district in Tokyo and the stone bridge built in 1911 still stands at the same site today. This replaced the various wooden bridges (depicted in this image) which were first contructed back in 1603. The artist Hiroshige is often considered, along with Hokusai, one of the greatest 19th Century Japanese print artists and is known to have influenced Western impressionists.Quality heavy weight luxurious pearlescent paper, giving a beautiful shimmering effect, elegantly finished with rounded corners.</p>

      £2.95

    • Japan Centre

      Koitsu Tsuchiya's 'Nikko Pagoda' Greeting Card

      Japan Centre

      <p>Description on the reverse of the greeting card: Initially built in 1617, the pagoda is part of a complex shrine complex, registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999. The pagoda, destroyed by fire in 1815 and rebuilt in 1818, is designated an Important Cultural Property. The wonder and beauty of the structure is still admired by many today.Quality heavy weight luxurious pearlescent paper, giving a beautiful shimmering effect, elegantly finished with rounded corners.</p>

      £2.95

    • Japan Centre

      Temple In Asakusa Greeting Card

      Japan Centre

      <p>Description on the reverse of the greeting card: Kinryu-zan Senso-ji, Tokyo's oldest temple, and one of its most significant, is an ancient Buddhist temple located in Asakusa, Tokyo. The first temple was built on the site in 645 AD. Chinese lanterns first appeared around 250 BC as a way to protect the naked flame from the wind. The colour red is associated with joy and good fortune.This card is made from quality heavy weight luxurious pearlescent paper, giving a beautiful shimmering effect, elegantly finished with rounded corners.Card Size: 15.1cm x 10.7cmEnvelope Size: 16.2cm x 11.3cm</p>

      £2.95

    • Japan Centre

      Drum Bridge Greeting Card

      Japan Centre

      <p>Description on the reverse of the greeting card: A view of the famous Drum bridge in the valley of the Meguro river, the main route to the Meguro Fudo Shrine. The bridge, particularly as it is a bridge over water, represents crossing the over from the profame to the sacred, cleansing yourself to enter the pure world of nature. The artist Hiroshige is often considered, along with Hokusai, one of the greatest 19th Century Japanese print artists, and is known to have influenced Western impressionists.This card is made from quality heavy weight luxurious pearlescent paper, giving a beautiful shimmering effect, elegantly finished with rounded corners.Card Size: 15.1cm x 10.7cmEnvelope Size: 16.2cm x 11.3cm</p>

      £2.95

    • Japan Centre

      Hokusai's 'Great Wave' Greeting Card

      Japan Centre

      <p>Description on the reverse of the greeting card: Also known as The Great Wave, and published sometime between 1830 and 1833, this is the most iconic and the most reproduced work in Asian art. One of the most recognisable masterpieces in the world, the image, although simple in its design, is in fact the result of a long process and methodical reflection. The basis of this method is laid out by Hokusai in his work 'Quick Lessons of Simplified Drawing' (1812), in which he explains that every object can be drawn using the relationship of the circle and square. Quality heavy weight luxurious pearlescent paper, giving a beautiful shimmering effect, elegantly finished with rounded corners.</p>

      £2.95

    • Japan Centre

      Snow at Temple Greeting Card

      Japan Centre

      <p>Description on the reverse of the greeting card: Kiyomizu Temple was founded in 1798 and the structure, still standing today, was impressively built without a single nail. The popular expression 'to jump off the stage at Kiyomizu', is the Japanese equivalent of the English expression 'to take the plunge'. This refers to an Edo period tradition held that, if one were to survive a 13 metre jump from the stage, one's wish would be granted. 234 jumps were recorded in the Edo period. The practice is now prohibited!This card is made from quality heavy weight luxurious pearlescent paper, giving a beautiful shimmering effect, elegantly finished with rounded corners.Card Size: 15.1cm x 10.7cmEnvelope Size: 16.2cm x 11.3cm</p>

      £2.95

    • Japan Centre

      Hiroshige's 'Sea in Suruga' Greeting Card

      Japan Centre

      <p>Description on the reverse of the greeting card: While scholars debate the origin of 'Fuji', the sacred mountain's name, one of the most commonly used meanings is 'Everlasting Life'. Hiroshige is considered to be one of the greatest 19th Century Japanese print artists, thought to have designed around 5400 prints. This image is from the series 'Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji' produced in 1858.Quality heavy weight luxurious pearlescent paper, giving a beautiful shimmering effect, elegantly finished with rounded corners.</p>

      £2.95

    • Japan Centre

      Shoson's 'Sparrows on Nandina' Greeting Card

      Japan Centre

      <p>Description on the reverse of the greeting card: Nandina domestica is also known as 'heavenly bamboo'. The tree is called 'nanten' in Japan, where the nandina is said to dispel misfortune and is regarded as an auspicious plant that brings good luck. Quality heavy weight luxurious pearlescent paper, giving a beautiful shimmering effect, elegantly finished with rounded corners.</p>

      £2.95

    • Japan Centre

      Rabbit Magnet Bookmarks

      Japan Centre

      <p>Protect your important pages.Never lose your spot in your book with this set of two magnetic bookmarks. Decorated with images of hopping rabbits, these bendy bookmarks are designed to be folded over the page you wish to mark and magnetically trap the marked page between the two halves. Bookmarks measure approx. 6cm in length (12cm including both halves), 2cm in width.</p>

      £3.99

    • Japan Centre

      Japanese Gift Envelope New Born - Blue

      Japan Centre

      <p>It is Japanese tradition to give decorated Shugi Bukuro envelopes containing gifts of crisp money notes at significant times. Weddings, Funerals, Birthdays, New Year, Graduation, Birth, Farewell occassions are all times where you would find these envelopes given. They are ornately decorated and a beautiful gift to give. The decorative red and white tie strand with yellow chick slips off so that you can insert money into the folded thick paper envelope. This envelope is especially for new births, but can also be used for other happy occasions.</p>

      £1.98

    • Japan Centre

      Birds on Nandina Greeting Card

      Japan Centre

      <p>Description on the reverse of the greeting card: Nandina domestica is also known as 'heavenly bamboo'. The tree is called 'nanten' in Japan, and since 'Nan' sounds similar to the word 'misfortune' in Japanese, and 'ten' is like the word 'to change', 'transform' or 'avoid', it is regarded as an auspicious plant that brings good luck. Quality heavy weight luxurious pearlescent paper, giving a beautiful shimmering effect, elegantly finished with rounded corners.</p>

      £2.95

    • S'Well

      S'Well Chalk Ink Pen, Blue

      Urban Outfitters

      <p>Add some personalised flair to your S'well water bottle (sold separately) with this chalk ink pen. Ink stays dry and won't smudge, but easily wipes clean with water. THINGS TO KNOW: - Mixed materials - Wipe clean</p>

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      £5.00

    • Graf Von Faber-Castell

      Graf von Faber-Castell Intuition Platino Black Precious Resin Platinum-Plated Fountain Pen

      The Pen Shop

      <p>The Intuition range by Graf von Faber-Castell are elegantly shaped in a single piece of precious resin with a curved recessed grip for comfortable positioning of the fingers. The beautiful Intuituion range has been extended with the Intuition Platin</p>

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      £430.00

    • Napkin

      Napkin Never-ending Pencil Black

      The Pen Shop

      <p>Based on an old and captivating technique here it is NAPKIN 4.EVER a revolutionary writing tool. It has a precise stroke like a pencil an elegant design and it is distinct by the innovation that only NAPKIN gives to its products. The special Ether</p>

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      £40.00

    • Lamy

      Lamy (T10) Cartridges Violet

      The Pen Shop

      <p>Giant ink cartridge for all Lamy fountain pen models. Package with 5 cartridges.</p>

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      £3.00

    • Fisher Space Pen

      Fisher Space Pen Astronaut Chrome & Clip Ball Pen

      The Pen Shop

      <p>Astronaut Space Pen AG7 Chrome Plated . This is the original Fisher Space Pen that was used on the Apollo 7 space mission in 1968 after 2 years of testing by NASA and has been used on all manned space flights since then.FeaturesAstronaut Retractable</p>

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      £62.50

    • Caran D'Ache

      Caran d'Ache Ceramic White Silver Plated/Rhodium Coated Varius Mechanical Pencil 0.7mm

      The Pen Shop

      <p>Caran d'Ache Ceramic white silver plated/rhodium coated Varius Mechanical pencil 0 7 mmFeaturesWhite ceramic grooved body with silver-plated rhodium-coated finishes. Trimmed with an articulated clip using a spring mechanism. Mechanical Pencil has</p>

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      £695.00

    • Graf Von Faber-Castell

      Graf von Faber-Castell Guilloche Chevron Fountain Pen

      The Pen Shop

      <p>The Guilloche Chevron is a graceful and elegant addition to the range. The prescious resin barrel and been painstakingly polished to a high gloss contrasting with the matt engraving to produce a beautiful shimmer. The French word 'chevron' refers to</p>

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      £330.00

    • Lamy

      Lamy M63 Roller Ball Blue Refill (also fits the Rotring CORE roller ball pen)

      The Pen Shop

      <p>Lamy M63 roller ball refill is compatible for the Rotring CORE Roller ball pen</p>

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      £3.50

    • Lamy

      Lamy Roller Ball Refill Swift Black (M66)

      The Pen Shop

      <p>M66 Lamy roller ball refill for capless roller ball pens Lamy Swift Lamy Tipo Lamy Tipo AL and Lamy Dialog 2.</p>

      More options available

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      £3.50

    • Lamy

      Lamy ABC Blue Pencil (1.4mm Lead)

      The Pen Shop

      <p>The Lamy ABC beginners pencil. The right choice for your child. The Lamy ABC beginners pencil was developed in cooperation with educational experts for the first steps in learning to write. The special design to meet the needs of children and the erg</p>

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      £10.00

    • Graf Von Faber-Castell

      Graf von Faber-Castell Intuition Matt Black Precious Resin Fluted Ball Pen

      The Pen Shop

      <p>The Intuition range by Graf von Faber-Castell are elegantly shaped in a single piece of precious resin with a curved recessed grip for comfortable positioning of the fingers. The beautiful Intuituion range has been extended with the Intuition Platin</p>

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      £205.00

    • Troika

      Troika Pop Up Your Life Rollerball

      The Pen Shop

      <p>A Troika Rollerball Pen is sophisticated modern and a real statement in your hands. Available in many designs individual styles to suit all ages and tastes. With screw cap with inside thread is screwed onto the end of the pen with clear contour.</p>

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      £39.00

    • Lamy

      Lamy Pico Black Pocket Ball Pen

      The Pen Shop

      <p>Small neat and handy the LAMY pico pocket pen shows under pressure what it is made of: An innovative writing instrument which is so cool that it puts every conventional ball pen in the shade. No wonder that all those who travel a lot find this produ</p>

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      £31.00

    • Caran D'Ache

      Caran d'Ache Steel RNX Pencil

      The Pen Shop

      <p>When Fine Writing instruments adopt high technology the result is the birth of a unique collection: RNX.316. In its name RNX indicates is combination of two body shapes; round and hexagonal. These are emblematic of the Caran d’Ache collections – eas</p>

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      £149.99