Designed especially for fountain pen users, the Kobeha notebook is filled with smooth, high-quality Graphilo paper that resists feathering and bleed-through from even the wettest inks. Sheen and shading are captured easily, allowing the subtleties of fountain pen inks to take centre stage.
It features a sturdy soft cover with a sophisticated monotone design, as well as 188 pages (94 sheets) of ivory coloured, ruled paper. The slender size is slightly narrower than a standard A5 notebook, making it easier to hold in one hand, while the thread binding allows the notebook to lay flat when opened. Included is a sheet of SUITO blotting paper, which can be used to absorb any slow-drying ink before closing the notebook.
Graphilo is an original paper designed by the Kobe school, born from a desire to create paper products that enhance the experience of writing and drawing with fountain pens. The designers tested dozens of combinations, with minute adjustments to manufacturing and composition, before arriving at a paper that met their incredibly high standards. It was named by combining the Greek words “graph” and “love” (philo).
188 pages (94 sheets)
Slim A5 (148 mm x 210 mm)
Made in Japan