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Life Stationery Kappan Writing Paper




 
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Life Stationery Kappan Writing Paper Life Japanese Paper is another brand we are thrilled to bring to Toronto. Their stationery goods are handmade with the highest attention to detail and quality, and come straight from Japan. Life Paper is fountain pen friendly, and can handle your inky pens without feathering or bleed-through. This writing paper is perfect for your notes and letters. The subtle lines leave a slight margin for a touch of class - as with all Life Stationery, it's in the attention to the details.

25.5 x 18 cm (10 x 7 inches)
30 sheets.

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Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
 
Excellent Little Pad February 25, 2017
Reviewer: PaulG from South Frontenac, ON Canada  
Love the paper in this notepad, my daily pen is a Platinum 3776 with a music nib, which puts a LOT of ink on the page, but this paper copes with it admirably. Minimal bleed, and even a low-cost ink, like Parker's Quink, looks fine on the page.

However, you only really get to know how the pad and your choice of pen and nib will work together, after you've made a purchase. I would love to be able to test my pen on actual sheet samples, when in-store. I realize that has cost implications, but it would be a nice touch if it were at all possible.

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  6 of 6 people found the following review helpful:
 
Better than Rhodia for me August 28, 2014
Reviewer: Melissa from Victoria, BC Canada  
I ordered this not knowing what to expect, but it's my new favorite paper over Rhodia and Clairefontaine. The colour of the sheet is a warmer white (more a creamy-white than super-bright). Texture is very smooth with a slight laid-striping running vertically through the sheet when held up to the light. Most importantly, this paper is the best I've tried with a flex pen, and to me it seems the lines are ideally spaced for flex writing with a slightly wider rule. The Noodler's Ahab on a Rhodia Dotpad has really heavy show-through/bleedthrough, but this kappan tablet doesn't even care. Only the usual faint shadow, as with non-flex FPs, shows through.

If you are looking for smooth textured paper (smoother than Clairefontaine) that can stand up to more ink, this is the paper to try. It's a pleasure to write on.

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