Handkerchief - 365 Days (Calendar)

This handkerchief uses the same numbers illustrated by Ryota Kisihida for the 365 Days (Calendar) techo.

Ryota, who has Down Syndrome, was unable to write until recently when he practiced writing page numbers for Nami Kishisida’s book, I Love My Family for Who They Are. He has since earned a job as a “letter craftsman” of sorts. Having said that, writing still requires an extreme amount of concentration and patience for Ryota. However, he painstakingly wrote the calendar from January 1, 2023, up until December 31, and he also successfully accomplished the tedious task of tracing over every seasonal motif.

The handkerchief is made 100% from cotton. The large 46cm x 46cm size allows you to not only use it as a handkerchief but to wear it on your bag or to wrap it around your neck to accent your look.

You can also hang it on your wall to use it as a cute calendar. The letters written with care will turn into your lucky charm.

Staff List

Styled Images: Yuko Fukui / Product Detail: Hiroyuki Oe
Haruka Kimura
Handkerchief - 365 Days (Calendar)



SizeH: 460mm x W: 460mm x T: 1mm / H: 18.1" x W: 18.1" x T: 0.0"
*Specifications may vary slightly
WeightApprox. 15 g
Main materialCotton

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