Notepad from designer store Uragu – Kyoto – Carps design
8 in stock
|Dimensions||19 × 1 × 7.5 cm|
Uragu is a tiny shop, hidden in the back streets of Miyagawacho, one of Kyoto’s geisha districts. There, you can find beautiful stationery with clean designs carefully thought out by the designer of the store.
Carp fish is one of the main Japanese symbols of luck and good fortune. In Japanese, carp is called koi. Koi also means “love”. As a result, carp fish is seen as a romantic symbol. But not only. Being a fish that swims against the river flow, it also represents tenacity, perseverance in adversity, and the ability to achieve one’s goal.
We currently offer ePacket Light from Japan Post Office for Europe and Asia.
For the US, Australia, Canada, South America, Africa, Middle East and Russia we offer DHL.
|Speed||5 days after ship date||1-3 weeks after shipping date|
|Sign on delivery||Yes||Yes|
|Price||US, Canada, Mexico: $24|
Oceania, South Asia: $21
Central Asia, Russia: 35$
South America: $37
Middle East, Africa: $39
|East Asia, South-East Asia: $10|
All items purchased are final and non-refundable. We do not accept returned orders/items.
In the case one of the items is damaged, please take a photo immediately and email us so we can assist you further.