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Tokyo Rush - Adventurers 6x9" Watercolor Sketchbook

Tokyo Rush - 6x9" Gold - Disc-Bound Adventurers Watercolor Journal

This pattern immediately takes us to the heart of a great city. Tokyo feels so foreign to us, but the rush and blur of color matches the vibrant lights of many metropolitan areas. The neon signage, the cars, the smells, the buzz of people... it's all right in the heart of this journal cover. How fast can you grab yours? Don't wait they'll be gone in a blink.
  • Stylish and Sturdy 
    • Limited Edition, Colorfully-Patterned Cotton-Bound Covers
    • Hand bound & hand cut
    • Hand glued with acid-free Lineco Neutral pH Adhesive - PVA (polyvinyl acetate)
  • Perfect Packability 
    • 6 in. x 9 in. Size Slips right into any kit.
  • Cool, Crisp, Cotton Watercolor Paper
    • Acid-Free, Cold Pressed 100% Cotton Paper
    • 24 Sheets of pre-punched 140lb paper by Stonehenge Aqua
  • Remove, Reload, Reshuffle
    • Detachable Aluminum Disc-Binding with Pre-punched watercolor sheets.
    • Refillable paper varieties
    • Organize all your best sketches
    • Remove all your sub-par sketches

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Patty E.
I wil definitely buy more!

Absolutely in life be with thissjetchbook.. Gorgeous civer, great paper and brilliant idea. I will definitely be buying more!

Patty Edge
Gorgeous Journal already planning my next purchase!

Whenever I order a gorgeous looking sketchbook I am nervous that when it arrives I will be disappointed. This sketchbook definitely doesn't disappoint. The colours are vibrant on the cover, it is beautifully made and such a practical idea being able to add, remove or swap around my sketches! The rings that hold it together are much more funky than simple ring binders. I chose the 300gm cotton watercolour paper and it is a delight to use. The great thing too is that I can take a sheet of paper out when painting and there is no risk of dirtying the cover or the rest of the of the book and if the sketch is a failure as sometimes happens I don't care because I am not leaving it in the book or ripping pages out.
The only problem?........which gorgeous cover to choose next!!!!!