Lost in Fascination (with Stationery)

Ahhh Tokyo… the land of hot sake and lots of way-too-cute stationary! As a writer, I get most excited about shopping around and seeing all of the cool notebooks, pens, stationery, stickers and paper goods. From overly ornate to simple, sleek and modern, Tokyo has it all. Tokyu Hands, iSetan and Muji have been a few of my favorite spots to indulge in everything a writer dreams of…








Okay, now it’s time to write in all these notebooks I got!
Signing off with love from Tokyo,
s

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About Shannon Flaherty

Writer. Creative. Freelancer. Freebird.
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3 Responses to Lost in Fascination (with Stationery)

  1. TC says:

    Okay, this one got me. I know writers often can’t spell but this one is too glaring an error not to mention. Stationary and stationery are two different words, meaning two different things. You meant the latter and misspelled it using the former. Here’s what Webster says on the subject for “learners of English”…
    sta·tion·ary /ˈsteɪʃəˌneri, Brit ˈsteɪʃənri/ adjective
    1 : not moving : staying in one place or position
    ▪ stationary machinery ▪ shooting at stationary objects/targets ▪ The weather front has remained stationary over the Southeast.
    2 : not changing
    ▪ a stationary [=stable] population
    Do not confuse stationary with stationery.

  2. Oooo, as a stickler for spelling, I love that you corrected me on this one! Thank you. Edits made. Post updated! Thanks to you, TC, I will never confuse the two again.
    Yours in being serious about spelling,
    Shannon

  3. sacha says:

    dont you just want to buy EVERYTHING in japan cause its just so damn CUTE?

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