Great Wave Papyrus–Nothing like a woodblock tsunami moment to whisk me back to the fabled shores of Nihon. All that nostalgia for $5.99. Thank you, Borders Bookstore. 本当にありがとうございます Tags:Japan, okinami, stationary Related Posts Eskimo Kisses Dateline Tokyo: June 17, 2008. Happy Birthday, Keiju-chan. All my kisses, Eskimo, French and Happy Birthday to Jodi Ann Arias Happy Birthday to Jodi Ann Arias. Our PRAYERS are with you and YOUR Family. Comments LionelSkyter 7/11/2009 | 5:56 Makes me want to surf. Log in to Reply CrashNBurn 17/12/2009 | 2:21 Hello yumyum it’s been a while since I’ve written but as you know I’m a collector (well i wish i was) of much occupied japan art (when i have time or money) the woodblock carvings are yet another example of asian art that has been duplicated on a commercial level–rather like that which your Target department stores accept having followed the trends. I think this card is quite nice and I’d be truly happy if you sent it to me. cheers. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment.