A6 size cover with pen holders that act as a hinge, keeping the cover safely shut while you store a pen inside. Features Hokusai Katsushika’s Kajikazawa in Kai Province, part of his Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji series. A glossy polyester material was chosen to best portray the print’s depiction of waves and splashing. The back of the cover depicts Hokusai’s seal, which he used to sign his work, as well as his handwritten title of the piece. The cover interior is a deep blue, and the striped pen-holders evoke the image of the fishermen’s net. Another print from the series, Rainstorm Beneath the Summit, is printed on the right-hand side of the cover’s interior pocket, this time in silver.
Tokyo National Museum:
Nicknamed Tohaku, the Tokyo National Museum collects, preserves, researches, exhibits, and educates the public about cultural artifacts from across Asia, with a focus on Japan. Currently there are about 120,000 objects in its collection. Established in 1872, it will celebrate its 150th year in 2022.