Next Monday, the 20th of September, is Respect-for-the-Aged Day in Japan. Respect-for-the-Aged Day is a national holiday that takes place every year on the 3rd Monday of September, and is a day for people to pay their respect for the elderly among us that have contributed to our society over many years, and wish them good health and long life. For many people whose grandparents live some distance away, Respect-for-the-Aged Day is an occasion for them to get back in contact, meet up, and give presents. Many others decide to convey their thanks to their grandparents by writing them a letter.
The wonderful 'Kakimori' stationery store in Taito City has the perfect selection of stationery for sending letters to the important people in your life on Respect-for-the-Aged Day, and other special occasions. They have a variety of elegant yet warmth-filled stationery on offer, including letter writing sets, writing paper, envelopes, and more, and they're all available in a selection of different colors and textures, so you can keep the person you're writing to in mind from the moment you make your choice to the moment you send the letter. "Spreading the joy of writing" is the principle at the core of Kakimori's stationery business, and their pens range from simple yet durable ballpoint pens, to beautiful, intricately designed glass pens. With all the choices available to you, you may go to pick out a pen before choosing a letter set. Kakimori also offers custom-made notebooks and inks, all of which would make fine gifts for a beloved grandparents.
Many people sometimes feel awkward and out of place when sincerely offering their thanks, but Kakimori's stationery is here to help those people give thanks to their grandparents and let them know how they feel. Check out the official Kakimori website via the URL below!