Inspired by the Japanese tradition of celebrating cherry blossoms in spring
Hanami. In Japan, this word, which means "to look at flowers", refers to a special springtime event: cherry blossom season. The Japanese traditionally gather in parks and streets from March to the end of May to eat, drink and admire this magnificent flower together – preferably after work: At the so-called yozakura ("nighttime cherry blossom festival") cherry trees are illuminated, making their pale pink blossoms glow against the deep black night sky. It is a magnificent spectacle that celebrates the beauty and transience of life.
Inspired by the magic of this nocturnal spring ritual, the new Graf von Faber-Castell Guilloche series includes a soft pink hue. The writing utensils and accessories for the workplace, briefcase and handbag are a tribute to spring and also prove that delicate shades of pink are always welcome, even in this season.
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