Savor the spirit of paper reincarnate.

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Savor the spirit of paper reincarnate.

Aromas of old Edo waft between buildings and drift skyward throughout the Nihonbashi Hamacho district, and on one corner the storefront of the popular Parisian stationery brand Papier Tigre offers passers-by a colorful display of its wares. The organic graphics of Papier Tigre’s poster product notebooks are likely to rouse anyone’s inner papyrophiliac. France’s detailed paper recycling standards contribute to the texture and grain of each notebook and the paper within, inspiring an attachment to the notebook as each rough page stimulates fingertips and the original ruled designs captivate eyes. Recently, paper products are regaining popularity as people rediscover the limitless creative possibilities and practicality harbored within old-school implements.

Papier Tigre
Address: 3-10-4 Nihonbashi Hamacho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Tel: 03-6875-0431
Opening hours: 11am-7pm
Closed: Sunday and Monday
Papier Tigre is located in a fifty-six-year-old building, which the company has renovated to a cool interior of grey tones. The colorful stock from ledgers to notebooks to calendars and wrapping paper line the walls and displays, bringing life to the shop’s minimalist design.
A5 sized notebooks for any use.
The product that vaulted the brand to fame. Fold The Pli Postal #3 write and send letters in one step.
Adjacent to the store is a tea house with carefully selected Japanese teas and sweets.

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