Uragu is a tiny shop, hidden in the back streets of Miyagawacho, one of Kyoto’s geisha districts. There, you can find beautiful stationeries with clean designs carefully thought out by Manabito Sasaki, the designer of the store. This small notepad has a crane design. The crane is a symbol of longevity and good fortune in Japanese culture. The crane is hiding, and Ms. Manabito tells us that it’s up to the person using the notepad to imagine the reason.