內容簡介 Genkouyoushi is a traditional manuscript paper for Japanese writing. It is especially useful to students for practice or formal assignments. Each page is printed with vertical columns of squares, with each square designed to accommodate a single Japanese character or punctuation mark. Unlike other Genkouyoushi, our notebook may be used with any type of writing instrument (pencil, pen or ink brush) with or without a shitajiki (under-sheet) and each template square allows for correct spacing of characters to fit one kanji, hiragana or katakana. A perfect tool to learn Japanese writing.You'll love our notebook even more with these features and benefits.IT'S A MANUSCRIPT BUILT TO LAST- The sturdy cover is made of tough paperback with strong, secure professional trade binding so the pages won't fall out after a few months of use.WELL-CRAFTED INTERIOR- We used only thick, white paper to avoid ink bleed-through (extra blank sheets might be needed for brush pens). All the lines are printed dark grey, instead of pure black, so the lines are less distracting while writing & reading.INTELLIGENT AND ECONOMICAL DESIGN- With 10 columns of 1 2inch-wide squares, 11 32 in (8.7 mm) spacing between lines, spaces are therefore big enough for writers of any skill levels and of any ages. The ample space on top and bottom is not only to make reading easier but also to accommodate footnotes for study.PERFECT SIZE- With its 8.5" x 11" dimensions, you can squeeze it into a bag with ease. It's the perfect size- easy to carry INSPIRING COVERS- To top it all, we have an array of cover designs to choose from to inspire Japanese language learners to write what they learned about the language, to journal their Japanese learning, or to even compose their own stories, in Japanese Get inspired by our collection of truly creative book covers .We stand for quality and want you to have the best writing experience with our notebook. Get this great tool that would help jumpstart your Japanese learning or give it to someone special to encourage them on to their own journeys in Japanese writing.