Kokuyo Dotliner: Best-Selling Japanese Tape Glue

Japanese stationery makers have been creating various innovative products, and the representative examples include Pilot Flixion erasable pens, Pentel Orenz Nero, and what I introduce here, Kokuyo Dotliner.

Kokuyo Dotliner 

Kokuyo Dotliner is the best-selling Japanese tape glue whose sales volume ranks first in Japan’s market.

For people who are interested, if I give primary differences between Kokuyo Dotliner and its counterparts, they are as follows.

  • You can use Kokuyo Dotliner very smoothly until the very end.
  • You can paste the tape glue without generating any unevenness.
  • You can apply the tape glue with a small force as if a ball rolled around.

These 3 points especially set Kokuyo Dotliner apart from other tape glues. But first and foremost, have you ever used tape glue?

Tape glue is a handy stationery article, which has the following good points.

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  • You can apply glue without getting your hands dirty.
  • You can paste the tape smoothly.
  • Paper doesn’t become wrinkled after use.


  • Japanese stationery is well known for its high-quality functions and mechanisms.
  • Kokuyo Dotliner is ranked No.1 in the tape glue category in Japan.
  • Tape glue is a convenient handy item.

These 3 points are the main reason why Kokuyo Dotliner is highly recommended.

If you try the Japanese tape glue once, you will definitely find how smooth and handy it is.


Hi, I'm Tomo, a Japanese blogger living in Niigata Prefecture, Japan. For the purpose of enriching your life, I would like to introduce things about Japan on this blog, especially unique Japanese products, cooking recipes, cultures, and facts and trivia.

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