Travelers Company Japan Limited Edition Olive Notebook
2017 has brought new color to TRAVELER’S notebook.
Their aim was to achieve the color of old-growth forests that have been spreading their roots since ancient times.
Henry David Thoreau built a log cabin in the forest around Walden Pond and wrote Walden: Or, Life in the Woods as he lived a life of self-sufficiency. Michio Hoshino became captivated by the Alaskan wilderness and took many beautiful photographs before he passed away in Siberia.
There were also Basho and Santoka, who found inspiration for their poems by walking through the woodlands of Japan, and there were Brautigan and Kerouac, who wrote about living in the untamed forests of America’s Big Sur region.
Forests have always given the energy to create new pieces to the many artists who have traveled through them.
Inspired by these dense forests, new TRAVELER’S notebook OLIVE EDITION arrives in a limited-edition color for 2017. They have also created the olive-colored PEN HOLDER and BRASS BALLPOINT PEN, which they hope our customers will use together with their TRAVELER’S notebook. The plus-sized ring is an original design for the PLUS BALLPOINT PEN. Attach the ballpoint pen to the holder to allow for easy use, even when outdoors.
With your TRAVELER’S notebook OLIVE EDITION in hand, and with that feeling of a traveler walking through the wilderness of untrodden lands, we invite you to spend every day as if making a journey.
Have a nice trip into the wild with TRAVELER’S notebook OLIVE EDITION!