Bungu Joshi Haku Stationery Festival

A celebration of Japan's love of stationery

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Venue: Tokyo Ryutsu Center When: Late Nov 2021

There are numerous things that Japan does exceptionally well, and one of them is stationery. The Bungu Joshi-Haku 2020 is a celebration of stationery in its many forms, from adorable notebooks through to functional pens and highlighters, washi tape and more. A wide range of stationery companies will showcase their products at the event, with booths from the likes of Coto Mono from Nara, COMO from Hokkaido, and even Japan Post to name just a few.

Adult admission to the event is priced at 690 yen, and tickets must be purchased in advance. Details regarding how to purchase tickets can be found on the official event website here.

Getting there

The Bungu Joshi-Haku 2020 is held at the Tokyo Ryutsu Center. The venue is a minute on foot from the Tokyo Monorail's "Ryutsu Center Station" stop. Alternatively, head out the east exit of the JR Omori Station, and take the Keihin Kyuko Bus for approximately 12 minutes until you reach the "Ryutsu Center Mae" stop. The venue is just a minute away on foot from the bus stop.

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Elizabeth S a year ago
Timely! While I refrain from going abroad, and my friends can’t visit, I’ll be sending them lots of letters.
Kim Author a year ago
The silver lining of the current global climate is that I think we're all slowing down and appreciating the little things. Letter writing (and receiving!) is such a joy, and some cute stationery definitely makes it all the more enjoyable!
Elena Lisina a year ago
Japanese stationary is so cute and neat! I always buy book marks in MARUZEN made as paper dolls. And calendars - there is such a variety!
Kim Author a year ago
I'm obsessed with Japanese stationery...I love cute notebooks, washi tape, letter sets and writing paper, planners and diaries...the list goes on! It's one of those simple things that brings me a lot of joy :)