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Tradition Meets Modern Expression
$46.00 USD

The MIRROR WATER journal is tactile, made from Japanese Kozo Paper (mulberry paper), which has been resist-dyed using natural colours and soybean glue, applied in a style derived from kimono and fabric design. This process is known as Katazome stencil printing and modernist postwar in flavour. Between 190-200 ruled pages fill the inside of the journal making it a very chunky book.

The lime green sponge effect on the outer pages of the journal is known as edge-sponging or edge-marbling. This hand applied colour can vary due to the handmade artisanal process and the colour is mixed on the day by eye by the bookbinder. 

The fabric on the journal is a standard fabric linen as used in traditional bookbinding. All materials for this journal are made in the EU/UK/JAPAN.

Handmade, with 190-200 lined pages per journal.

Designed for self-reflection and internal revolutions.

Made with natural dyes, soybean glue, and mulberry paper.

Proudly created in partnership with Choosing Keeping.


Your downtime’s ultimate companion – created for self-reflections, check-lists, streams of consciousness, morning pages, drawings, sketches, and whatever else your self-care requires.

  • Materials: Tactile Japanese Kozo Paper dyed with natural colour and bound with soybean glue. Binding made of linen in a lime green. All materials for this journal are made in the EU/UK/JAPAN.
  • Size:  17 x 23cm
  • Page Count: 190 - 200

The Journal feels so special to me, because it was MIRROR WATER’s first-ever product. I use mine for daily reflections and for to-do lists at work. It’s truly a work of art and I’m still so proud of it.

  1. What's the first thing you think about when you close your eyes?
  2. What are you ready to face?
  3. How can you help yourself right now?
  4. When do you feel seen?
  5. What's your relationship with your body and mind?
  6. If you could express your emotions without fear, what would you say?

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