23 Dec 2020
Note Pad 17 types
The famous design of Iemoto Akane which is used for the cover of every issue of the So Newsletter.
"Take no Yama" (bamboo mountain)(K0660)
This design is based on the papercutting by Iemoto Sofu.
Designed with one of the Iemoto’s favorite flowers, Glory-lily orchid, whose language of flowers is “splendor” and “glory”.It’s the perfect to send congratulations messages.
A note pad designed by Iemoto Akane using the group work of pink meshwork, which was featured at the Sogetsu Ikebana Exhibition in Osaka in 2012, as a motif. This is the first plain type in the Sogetsu Note Pad series. It can be used in a variety of ways: as a note pad with the included underlay, or sometimes as a message card using the pattern.
A note pad designed by Iemoto Akane. The theme of this design is “color” which is an important element for ikebana.
A note pad of the Sogetsu School characterized by the dignified stretched lines of green hydrangea leaves in addition to its pretty flowers.
The dancinglady orchid is a kind of Western orchid and can be used in any season. You can use this note pad for both vertical and horizontal writing, which is also a nice feature.
The daisy is called “Hinagiku” in Japan because it gives the impression of a small, cute chrysanthemum, and its flower language is “purity” or “peace”. It’s a perfect flower motif to present a few words.
A note pad designed by Iemoto Akane has a convenient style that allows it to be used for both vertical and horizontal writing.
The motif, which conveys the sweetness of Iemoto Akane, is suitable regardless of the season.
A note pad combining the moon, which is the symbol of the school, with the calligraphy of “Sogetsu” written by Sofu Teshigahara. Please use this when you want to impress the Sogetsu School of Ikebana in your message. (Japanese version)
A note pad combining the moon, which is the symbol of the school, with the calligraphy of “Sogetsu” written by Sofu Teshigahara. Please use this when you want to impress the Sogetsu School of Ikebana in your message. (English version)
“Nemuru Onna” (sleeping woman) painted by Sofu Teshigahara on a ceramic plate in 1949 has been reproduced on this note pad. The bright yellow background is eye-catching.
A note pad with one of the many paintings of Mt. Fuji drawn by Sofu Teshigahara in the 1970s. Sofu really loved Mt. Fuji.
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Folding Fan Pictured Lotuses（Ｋ0656）
The painting “Hasu no Ougi” (lotus fan) painted by Kasumi Teshigahara on a shikishi (a square piece of fancy paper) in May 1977 has been turned into a note pad. Pale red flowers bloom on a muted yellow fan.
A note pad with a picture of a crow drawn by Hiroshi Teshigahara during his stay in Fukui. The mythological crow in Japan called “Yatagarasu” (Yata crow) is widely known as a symbol of victory.
Black Oribe Ware（Ｋ0658）
Among Hiroshi Teshigahara’s numerous artistic activities, the one he preferred above all else was ceramics. This patterned piece is one of the pieces he created. This is a note pad that can be used in any season.
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A note pad of “Kotobuki” (happiness) written by Hama, wife of Sofu Teshigahara. Please use this to accompany your celebratory gift.
- Product Dimensions：(W/H)80mm/190mm
- Shipping Weight：70g
- Full Color 40sheets
*Price has been changed since October 1st, 2019.
How to order
You can place an order at the Sogetsu Shuppan counter.
This item is also available at the Sogetsu Shuppan section in Shop Flora on the 4th floor of the Sogetsu Kaikan.
For information on mail-order, please refer to “Purchase via Mail-Order” in the Shop page.
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