Embrace the elegance of this lovely journal, graced with the captivating reproduction of a 20th-century Japanese woodblock print.
The original artwork, titled "Tit on Paulownia," was masterfully created in 1934 by the renowned artist Ohara Koson (Shoson). It portrays a woodland bird perched gracefully on the stem of the paulownia, affectionately known in Japan as the "princess tree." This charming scene unfolds amidst a backdrop of red leaves and vibrant blue berries.
Inside, you'll discover crisp writing pages that invite you to embark on your personal journey of self-expression. Whether for reflections, sketches, cherished quotations, or poetic verses, this journal is your canvas. The premium 120 gsm paper welcomes both pen and pencil, ensuring your words and artistry are beautifully captured.
Rest assured that your creations are preserved for posterity, thanks to the acid-free, archival-quality paper. Light gray lines gently guide your hand across the page, maintaining an orderly presentation.
An attached ribbon bookmark ensures you can easily return to where you left off, while the design of the journal is intricately embossed and embellished with enchanting gold foil. As an added touch, the pages are edged in gilded-gold, capturing and reflecting the light with every turn.
Complementary interior endsheets enhance the overall design, and a durable hardcover binding ensures your journal stands the test of time.
Measuring a generous 7-1/4'' wide by 9'' high, this larger journal offers 192 pages for your creative and contemplative pursuits. It's not just a journal; it's an exquisite piece of art that invites you to explore the world of Japanese woodblock prints and record your own artistic journey.
Embrace the elegance of this lovely journal, graced with the captivating reproduction of a 20th-cent..
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