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"genkôyôshi" is the usual manuscript paper for Japanese students to write a composition. Instead of lines are squares for one Japanese character each. Writting with Kana or Kanji is from top to bottom (vertical) and from right to left. The rules, how to place the characters properly, are quite strict. It is often very difficult for foreigners at the beginning, to read Japanese texts written this way. Since however most texts in Japan (newspaper, letters and mangas) are written in this style, it is advisable for every Japanese learner to study this writing and reading style.
-vertical writing -400 squares per sheet -20 sheets -B4 size (25.7x36.4cm)