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Hiiragi Yuka | Dancing Block Memo Pad
Hiiragi Yuka | Dancing Block Memo Pad
Hiiragi Yuka | Dancing Block Memo Pad
Hiiragi Yuka | Dancing Block Memo Pad
Hiiragi Yuka | Dancing Block Memo Pad

Hiiragi Yuka | Dancing Block Memo Pad

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This perfectly delightful memo block can be used to write a quick note to someone or maybe a list of things that you want to remind yourself to do.  There are four different images that repeat giving you variety. Cute stationery from Japan makes a perfect gift for a friend. The images are unique and delightful and will put a smile on your face and a warm feeling in your heart. 


  • approximately 4" x 3 1/2"
  • 120 sheets, 4 designs repeat 30 times
  • Made in Japan

Yuka Hiiragi is an illustrator whose motto is "Give shape to the invisible and deliver something to someone".  She works beyond the boundaries of fields such as illustration, writing, and book selection. In addition to her exhibitions both in Japan and overseas, she has created illustrations for Maiko Seo's "Yasashii Ongaku", Taiwanese event visuals for 100 groups of artists, illustrations, textiles, and wall hangings. 

Meet the Maker

Cozyca products is Kyoto's long-established manufacturer and expression company established in 1948 by Hyogensha. They produce a wide variety of beautiful and unique products in collaboration with Japanese artists such as Subikiawa, Shu Nishi, Aiko Nunokawa, Violet & Claire, kata kata, Hirosebeni, Mihoko Seki, Junichi Nakahara, Leo Leoni, and many other cute stationery and miscellaneous goods in collaboration with many artists. Exhibitions and workshops are also held from time to time in the gallery on the second floor. A story that mixes the past and the present will be created by everyone who visits them. They are waiting for you with a lot of cute stationery and miscellaneous goods filled with the artist's expression.

With the rise of emails and smartphones in this rational world, Hyogensha thinks it is now, most important than ever to take the time and effort to give your loved ones a sincere message and we couldn't agree more.