3 Japanese Erasers that are Popular in Japan, Worth a Try
Japanese stationery is renowned for having high-quality functions as well as being very handy. Despite that, the good news is that the majority of the articles are inexpensive.
I think those characteristics are derived from ingenuity and careful attention Japanese people are good at. Thanks to these, in fact, some articles of Japanese stationery have been big hits in recent years.
For example, the total sales amount of Pilot’s Friction erasable pen series has reached over a billion units since it went on the market in 2006. Also, not only pens, but there are actually many Japanese erasers that are worth a try.
3 Japanese Erasers to Try
I think the important function of erasers is to be capable of completely erasing clear letters and enable you to easily clean up eraser crumbs. Therefore, this time let me introduce 3 Japanese erasers that meet the 2 points.
Sakura Arch Evolutional Foam Eraser
|Sakura Arch Evolutional Foam Eraser|
Sakura Arch Evolutional Foam Eraser is not only capable of erasing vibrant black letters with a little force, but the Japanese eraser doesn’t break easily thanks to the arch-shaped holder.
This is primarily because, in order to prevent slippage, the holding point showing yellow arches is marked on the surface of the holder.
What is better, when the eraser becomes small, the holder can be cut along the perforations, so the eraser can be substantially used up to the end.
Plus W AIR-IN Eraser
|Plus W AIR-IN Eraser Green||Plus W AIR-IN Eraser Pink|
The most striking feature of the Japanese eraser Plus W AIR-IN Eraser is above all using it you can erase clear letters only with a little force, which actually is brought by two different types of air bubbles that are contained in the eraser.
Besides, you can easily clean up the eraser dust, which comes together collectively, and the eraser with a little stick shape is convenient to carry around.
Sakura FOAM ERASER W
|Sakura FORM ERASER DOUBLE 300|
Sakura FOAM ERASER W is a standard eraser in Japan featuring its double resin structure which enables you to easily erase clear letters. This Japanese eraser is flexible compared to other erasers, so especially suitable for erasing fine letters.