A sectional globe with which you can experience the earth's configuration. Is configured such that when placed on a desk, it leans at exactly the angle of the earth’s tilt (23.4 degrees).
A "white globe" − have fun coloring it in, writing on it. Like an outline map.
There are two sizes – the large size that is easy to color and write in, and the medium size that is good for putting on everywhere.
Insert the "geosphere sheet" on which is depicted the outlines of the oceans and the continents over the "core parts" framework which is made of ultra-thin cardboard and is printed with the internal construction of the earth. The globe, with its outline map and which leans on an axis of 23.4 degrees, is then complete.
The front part is an English version; the back has the Japanese version.
Comes in three colors: WHITE, on which the letters written are easy to see, and BEIGE and GRAY, which have a gentle feel to it.
Postalco, they like the idea of wrapping a letter in a mosaic. It is like the way ancient buildings are protected with a layer of mosaic tiles. The thin but strong square sheet of paper will protect the letter enclosed inside.
This fine texture of this paper keeps the pen from slipping too easily, making it an ideal writing surface. This paper is PH neutral and archival.
Pressed Cotton Fabric
Starch-pressed cotton is bonded to the cover of these notebooks. The colors will lighten with use and the weave of the fabric will become more apparent.
Versatile papers that can be used for writing or drawing. These papers are ecologically made and chlorine free. Pin-graph is Postalco's original 1 x 1mm blue graph paper.
Steel Spiral Binding
Spiral is the best binding for notebooks. They can be opened completely flat or folded back and pages can be easily removed. Our spiral is set on the back cover to make it possible to label the spine.
Using hand-picked Shankar cotton from India, Yoshii Towel Company has developed a loosely-twisted amaori thread to make towels of unrivaled absorbency, even when brand new. After repeated washing they never become stiff, instead getting softer and fluffier over time.
Yoshii Towel Company, located in the city of Imabari in Ehime Prefecture, has been producing high-quality towels in Japan since 1957. They harness the inherent qualities of cotton to make towels that are extraordinarily soft, highly absorbent, and quick to dry. From weaving to final production, all stages of manufacture take place at cooperative factories in Imabari.