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MD-Paper epitomises the subtlety, elegance and simplicity of design of good Japanese stationery, concentrating on the quality of material over branding or printed design.
The notebook deliberately has no cover. They argue that covers make notebooks difficult to keep open and the point of a notebook is about what is written or drawn inside. That is all that is important other than the quality of the binding which is visible from the outside and the quality of the paper which is clear to the touch.
176 plain pages with lay flat binding and a paraffin paper cover.