Wagasa (Japanese umbrellas)

Take shelter from the storm with this print themed after traditional Japanese umbrellas.

Socially conscious craftsmanship

Every Musubi journal is handbound in Singapore by a team of artisans with physical and intellectual disabilities. Your purchase funds employment opportunities for these talented individuals.

Gift packaging included

Every diary comes ready to gift, packaged in a Musubi box with a certificate hand-signed by our team of artisans with disabilities. The certificate doubles as a bookmark and has a grid guide sheet printed on its reverse side.

Wagasa, a Japanese craft tradition

Wagasa, or Japanese washi umbrellas, originated in China as oil-paper umbrellas before spreading across the region to Korea and Japan.

This playful print features wagasa and flowers across a textured purple cotton with a raised slub and a warm texture.