Sugakiya sticky notes

$4.00

A collaboration product with Sugakiya, a Nagoya ramen restaurant loved by locals.
When you hear the word "Sugakiya", the first person that comes to mind is "Sue-chan".

Machikado Gallery's popular Sugakiya is now available as stationery!
We will convey the charm of our store through familiar stationery.

In addition to being used as a message memo or a landmark, the cute design makes it easy to use for messages as well.

Machikado stationery that you'll be happy to receive and use.
It can be used for a wide variety of purposes, from small letters to gifts!

*Size Large sticky note: W75xH75mm Small sticky note: W17xH75mm

■What is Machikado Gallery? A brand with a new approach that conveys the charm of the history and culture of Machikado.
The town is full of history and culture.
The miscellaneous goods developed in collaboration with famous restaurants and sweets shops in local towns across Japan will be unique items in the world.
Please enjoy the nostalgic and new art of the town that has continued since the Showa era.

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A collaboration product with Sugakiya, a Nagoya ramen restaurant loved by locals.
When you hear the word "Sugakiya", the first person that comes to mind is "Sue-chan".

Machikado Gallery's popular Sugakiya is now available as stationery!
We will convey the charm of our store through familiar stationery.

In addition to being used as a message memo or a landmark, the cute design makes it easy to use for messages as well.

Machikado stationery that you'll be happy to receive and use.
It can be used for a wide variety of purposes, from small letters to gifts!

*Size Large sticky note: W75xH75mm Small sticky note: W17xH75mm

■What is Machikado Gallery? A brand with a new approach that conveys the charm of the history and culture of Machikado.
The town is full of history and culture.
The miscellaneous goods developed in collaboration with famous restaurants and sweets shops in local towns across Japan will be unique items in the world.
Please enjoy the nostalgic and new art of the town that has continued since the Showa era.