Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles We're bringing you a round-up of Five Types of Japanese Stationery That You Didn't Know You Needed. This is part one of a four-part video series, so make sure you're subscribed to see the next video. Let's dive right in! In this video, we'll be going through the following categories, starting with Staplers & Binder Clips. First up on our list is the Kokuyo Harinacs Stapleless Stapler. Its cleverly designed blade punches out and tucks an arrow shaped flap through a slit to stitch paper sheets together without ever using a staple. It's eco-friendly too, since you'll never have to refill another staple in your life. Featuring handles that fold ingeniously to the side. These Velos Binder Clips don't get in the way when you're flipping through your documents. Seriously, why aren't all binder clips made like this? They come in small, medium, and large, with the large size holding up to ninety sheets of paper. Magnets & Push Pins. Despite their deceptively small size, H Concept's Pinwheel Magnets are incredibly strong. They can hold several sheets of paper with ease. But that's not the only reason they made our list. Their charming design is sure to put a smile on your face. We could spend hours blowing on those cute pinwheels. Have you ever seen a push pin like the Kokuyo Punyo Punyo? They have a band of soft silicone around the sharp end that protects your hands when the pins aren't being used. Now that's a thoughtful extra little detail! To use them, simply push the pin through the silicone, which will flatten as you stick it into the desired surface. Reading Accessories. The Kokuyo Fingertip Protector may seem like a little bit much, but the five star reviews on JetPens.com say it all. These are a godsend if you do a lot of reading. Their rubber texture makes them especially good for flipping through slippery magazines or textbook pages. Plus, your fingers are protected from those pesky paper cuts. The cheerful RayMay Light Man is a fun and flexible companion that comes with a magnifying glass and an LED light. Great for camping trips or late-night reading. He can be posed to hold phones, glasses, and other objects. He even comes with magnets in his feet to help him stand securely. Page Markers & Sticky Notes. We can't get enough of the Beverly Kokosasu Page Markers. And not just because they're cute! Have you ever bookmarked a page, only to go back and not remember what exactly you were interested in? These innovative page markers solve this problem. Simply stick them on the exact location you want to mark, then tear off the longer section and use it as a page flag. That way when you flip back to the page, you can immediately locate the exact spot you were looking for. Another great study tool, the Sun-Star Piri-it Page Markers Make it easy for you to keep track of your progress. They start out with one expression, then change to another when you tear off the perforated top. You can go from "Look!" to "OK!", a question mark to an exclamation point, or a confused face to an enlightened face. How genius is that? While these Kokuyo Tack Memo Sticky Notes may look like ordinary sticky notes, they're actually much more versatile! The adhesive covers more than half of the back of the sticky notes, so they won't move around. But they're still easy to remove and re-stick. You can even use them as index tabs, or use them to make movable entries in your planner. Writing Instruments. At first glance, the Uni Color 3 looks like a multi-pen when in fact, it's a multi-pencil. It comes with three different colored leads inside, and when you use them up, you can refill it with the colored lead of your choice. The Color 3 comes with Nano Dia color lead, which we like because it erases cleanly. Yes, it's really supposed to look like that. The Kokuyo Beetle Tip Highlighter has an interesting tip shape that's actually quite versatile. You can create fine lines, broad lines, and double lines depending on the way you hold the tip. Pretty cool, right? Last but not least, the Ohto Minimo is possibly the world's slimmest ballpoint pen. The plastic card that's included comes with a pen sleeve, so you can easily slip it into your planner, notebook, or wallet. Its 0.5 mm needle-tip writes smoothly with a dark black ink. We've barely scratched the surface on what Japanese stationery has to offer. Check out JetPens.com for more unique stationery items from Japan and beyond. Part two is coming soon, so make sure you're subscribed. Thanks for watching!