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No matter how many times you use them, these animal-shaped rubber bands will return to their original shape! Zoo.

Designer: M.Haneda and Y.Ohashi

 
mini-clip

These handy Mini Clips are perfect for the office and around your home, whether you use them for organizing your documents, attaching photos, or something else entirely!

hiby-card-holder.1
A card holder that can be opened with one hand. The rounded lid will allow easy access to your cards with the light tug of a finger. Fits up to 40 normal-sized business cards.
 
Designer: Shin-Ichi Sumikawa
sticky-leaf.3
Why the self-stick memo must be square and yellow? This are nice and poetic.
monde-riant

Sticky note block in the style of Mondrian; his artwork, re-imagined in 3-dimensional blocks.

Designer: Assia Qu├ętin & Catherine Denoyelle

elastique-temps

Colourful elastics with french and english phrases create useful and enjoyable bookmarks.

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Let Birdie perch on your desk or shelf like a small bird on a branch. he will help you to open letters with his tail.
 
Designer: Yohei Oki
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These crayons let you play with hippos as you draw, making drawing even more fun while encouraging kids to develop their imaginations. 
 
Designer: Ryo Shimura
pinclip

By tweaking the classic paper clip, we've devised a way to both clip and pin things with a single, simple design.

Designer: Yasunori Nagatsuka

sumo-object

They might be big, but all that bulk is pure muscle. Sumo wrestlers are no pushovers! These unique figures are perfect as decorations, and also great to play around with, so we encourage you to have fun with them!

tetra-crayon

Crayons like a blocks stacking every time during the flapping. It can easily fit the hand of the person who uses no matter if it is kid or adult and does not roll massively when not in use. Even if you put them in a line when drawing, even if you decorate them as objects. The color does not stick to your hands and is safe material.

sekki-paper-knife

Stone tool which is one of the origin of the tool created by the wisdom of the predecessors.
Once we blended it into the modern life, it became a paper knife.

Why do not you try to open an envelope that arrives while trying to remember the primitive era?