Swiss brand Caran d’Ache opened a new flagship store in Ginza where you can enjoy their full product range in their own store for the first time in Japan.
Caran d’Ache was founded in 1915 in Geneva, and initially specialised in graphite and coloured pencils. Later they diversified its activities to include wax oil pastels, mechanical pencils and the first ballpoint pens. Caran d’Ache is the pen name by which Russian-born French illustrator, Emmanuel Poiré, achieved worldwide renown in the 19th century.
The new store is small and elegant, and everything is neatly arranged, ordered and aligned.
They have a fantastic array of pencils, art stationery, pens, oils and pastels, that make great gifts for art lovers.
They also have a counter where you can test their products before you decide what you’d like to buy.
The ideal place to indulge your love of stationery ♡
I’d like to thank Caran d’Ache’s staff who kindly let me shoot their lovely boutique… ありがとうございます!!
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