Foolscap Notebook (B5)
A staple composition book of universities in Japan
30 sheets, rules
Colors: Purple, Green
5.8" x 8.3"
Fun fact: To this day, traditional family-run businesses in downtown Tokyo join forces in the making of these notebooks. One family is in charge of printing the notebooks, then passes them on to another family for trim, to finally have another family bind them.
Foolscap is a name of writing paper (and its size) that was commonly used in Europe and Britain in the 1500s. During that time the watermark of a Fool’s cap (Joker hat) was often used on the paper of those dimensions.