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2-7-15 Ginza, Tokyo, 104-0061, Japan

The Japanese are obsessed with stationery, and Ito-ya is just the place to satisfy the habit, with 11 floors of paper, notebooks, photo albums, pens, pencils, markers, decorative boxes, office supplies, and other things you don’t need but soon find yourself craving. Look for washi (natural-fiber paper) in a rainbow of colors and prints, silk-screened paper, greeting cards, and calligraphy supplies.

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Ito-ya

The Japanese are obsessed with stationery, and Ito-ya is just the place to satisfy the habit, with 11 floors of paper, notebooks, photo albums, pens, pencils, markers, decorative boxes, office supplies, and other things you don’t need but soon find yourself craving. Look for washi (natural-fiber paper) in a rainbow of colors and prints, silk-screened paper, greeting cards, and calligraphy supplies.