Midori MD Notebook A5 Lined
Midori MD Notebook A5 Lined
Midori MD Notebook A5 Lined
Midori Japan

Midori MD Notebook A5 Lined

Regular price 119,00 0,00

Midori MD Notebook A5 Lined

The Midori MD Notebook Lined A5 is made of Midori’s signature MD Paper. The lined pages have a 7mm intervall and the middle line is thicker than the others, creating an optical division of the page, which works just wonderfully.

The MD paper pages are bound with the “Gakari” stitching method. The latter enabling the notebook to open entirely flat, no matter what section of the notebook.

What we love most of this Midori MD Notebook Lined A5 is its clean and simple design. The lined pages with a thicker middle line are great, and with a page count of 176, the notebook is a lot of value for your money


Midori has developed covers for its MD Notebooks in plastic and leather.

MD Paper is Midori’s pride when it comes to the art of making paper. Being a stationery manufacturer from the 1950’s, MD Paper can be described as part of their blueprint. Ever since Midori made MD Paper in the 1960’s, they have applied the Japanese ‘Kaizen’ principle, meaning they are continuously looking for ways to improve its quality. The result is paper that will not stain, or bleed and is fantastic to write on, especially with a fountain pen.

Not only the paper itself has been developed carefully, also the method of binding deserves an explanation. The MD Notebooks are bound by means of stitching; a large sheet of papier is folded into a bundle of 16 pages. Then, such bundles are bound with thread. This method enables the notebook to open entirely flat, ensuring ease of writing, without a bumpy middle.

To honor this method of binding, Midori has left the cover uncovered, so its spine exposes the cheesecloth tape, which is used to reinforce the bound paper. The MD notebook comes with a wax paper cover.

Measures : 21×14,8×1cm
Counts 176 MD Cream pages
Features a “Gakari” binding of 11 x 16 folded pages, wax paper cover, Kaga Silk bookmark, an index seal
Made in Japan