Tokyomade Online Shop: Kabakuro First Story by Ryo Honda

Tokyomade Online Shop: Kabakuro First Story by Ryo Honda

Introducing Ryo Honda's first picture book, Kabakuro First Story. A beautifully hand illustrated book in black and white with color pieces. Kabakuro First Story is an introduction of the Kabakuro characters and coincides with the release of Ryo Honda's first figurine, Kabakuro. Recommended for both adults and children this picture book without words depicts a tale of mystery, intrigue and togetherness.

  • A4 size document folder curved from one polypropylene layer. This will hold your documents, paper, and pens without making any holes. Once you fold it, you will have a brief case. Just take it to a meeting!

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  • Tokyo-based illustrator Josh McKible brings funky pop life to the good old postcard. Featuring dokuro (skulls), bonsai and the popular nani birds this is a pack of 6 assorted post cards.

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  • his three pack of Ryo Honda illustrated cards makes adding a touch of Japanese manga to your next gift giving adventure a piece of cake. Each of the cards in this set of three show off a uniquely illustrated story by Ryo Honda ... his three pack of Ryo Honda illustrated cards makes adding a touch of Japanese manga to your next gift giving adventure a piece of cake. Each of the cards in this set of three show off a uniquely illustrated story by Ryo Honda featuring Kabakuro and his little son Shiro. This terrific trio come in apricot, lavender and aqua colors. The three pack makes it easy to send Ryo Honda to at least two of your besties while keeping one special treat for yourself. Each card comes with an illustrated envelope in the same color that can be mixed and matched.

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  • A divine set of four postcards with unique illustrations and images. Kokeshi Inspired by the clothing and textiles of Surinam, African and Japanese ladies. The kokeshi illustration shows a mixture of the colors and patterns sy... A divine set of four postcards with unique illustrations and images. Kokeshi Inspired by the clothing and textiles of Surinam, African and Japanese ladies. The kokeshi illustration shows a mixture of the colors and patterns symobolizing a combination of the cultures. The shape represents the old wooden Japanese Kokeshi dolls. Her clothing incorporates Japanese patterns and the method of wrapping, especially around the head, a Surinam tradition. Eggs This illustration represents the idea of being open minded. The concept of birth, growth and rebirth. Japanese patterns have a powerful influence on this illustration. Goat This illustration of the goat king represents the quality of life afforded by an animal living in the silence of the mountains. Birds These birds are part of an avery of bird illustrations created by Discrete Bag artist, Sonja. Birds are a favorite of Sonja's, she enjoys illustrating their form and beauty. Each postcard has colored illustrations on the front side and smaller grey illustrations on the back side. Making for a gorgeous gift set, individual gift cards or as small pieces of fine art to add to your gallery.

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