Kudamemo Fruit Notepad


Here’s some non-perishable fruit that won’t go bad in the mail. Give the gift of fruit in the form of paper note pads. Kudamemo (a pun on the Japanese word for fruit: kudamono) are designed to look just like a juicy apple or pear. But look closely because the adorable fruits are actually slices of paper (150 slices to be exact) printed with a cross-section of the fruit.

And no detail goes overlooked. The designers even used real twigs as the stem of the fruit. Each piece even comes with its own protective cover, like the ones you often see in Japanese supermarkets.


  • Designer: Masashi Tentaku (D-bros)
  • Material: Paper and wood
  • Dimensions: 45mm (diameter) x 104mm (height)
  • 150 sheets of premium note paper
  • Sold individually

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