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文 房 具

文 房 具(Stationery),Stationery(Bungu),Stationery(British: stationery) Means tools provided for information processing, recording, transmission, etc. in workplaces and offices.[1].


"Stationery" in Japanese means "stationery"StudyIt is an expression that means a tool to prepare for[1].. Tools needed to do so-called "writing"[2], OrthodoxWriting utensils,paperKind (including notebooks),scissors(OrPaper knife) Etc.documentsOr (on paper)letterNeeded to read and writeToolsIt is a kind. In addition, "stationery" is a word that refers to only four points: brush, ink, inkstone, and paper, and "stationery" is not a shortened word, but a word that includes other items.

In ChinaBrushinkpaperInkstone(Hitsubokushiken) "is a standard tool, and"Four treasures(Bunboushiho) "[1].

There are also luxury and fashionable items,コ レ ク シ ョ ンIt is also the target of. Strictly speaking, there is an idea that cutter knives and craft tools are not included in stationery, but they are also recognized as being included in stationery in a broad sense.[1].

In addition, digital devices may also be treated as a type of stationery as digital stationery (conventional stationery is called analog stationery).[3].. In the 1980sword processorImmediately after the appearance of, it was not included in "stationery", but after it became established, the number of writers who regarded it as a kind of stationery gradually increased.After that, when the PC became widespread and its word processor function and mail function were actively used, some people regarded it as a kind of stationery.However, the usage of analog stationery and digital stationery is very different, and the nature and purpose of information are also very different.[3].

Stationery in the whole worldMarketIs expanding[4].. The world population is on the rise, and there are many developing countries in the world.Literacy rateIn some areas, the level was low, and even basic education was not provided so much in the first place.EducationThis is because the demand for stationery (including stationery that has been used in the past, which is premised on paper) will increase when this is done.

The industry that handles stationery is called the stationery industry.Stationery is sold at specialty stores called stationery stores (in developed countries) and stationery corners (shopping centers, etc.).

Stationery made by Japanese manufacturers is highly regarded worldwide for its functionality and precision, and is widely sold in Europe, North America, and South America.

In school education, the word "stationery" is used not only for the above-mentioned writing tools and notebooks, but also for nuances such as "tools used in the classroom" and "study tools".Children-student-StudentSometimes I roughly include auxiliary tools (memorization sheets, etc.) that I use during learning.Government office,CompanyMany of the office supplies in Japan are treated in the same way.

Stationery classification

Most stationery is classified as a 96th class miscellaneous item in the international HS code, but ballpoint pens and pencils areWriter,CombThere is no single category of stationery because they are separated in the same hierarchy as.According to the Japanese standard product classification, it is classified into stationery, paper products, office tools and photographic supplies (93).

Writing instrument

Writing implement related items

Imprinting tool

Office equipment

Office tools for calculation

Drafting tools

General office equipment

Paper products

Copying and copying supplies

Painting supplies and calligraphy supplies

Painting supplies

Calligraphy supplies

Other stationery

Glue / adhesive tape

Eraser / correction fluid

Clips, pins, pushpins


Stationery maker

The whole world

Japanese stationery maker

Although it is summarized as a "Japanese manufacturer", it means that it has its head office in Japan, and sales are not limited to local areas, but there are many places in the world where sales are carried out in each field (each market segment). When analyzed, there are many companies that occupy the top share in the world.

Manufacturers mainly for writing tools and small stationery

Manufacturers mainly for office supplies

Manufacturers mainly working tools

Manufacturers mainly for paper products

Notebooks / Books
Wrapping paper, condolence bags, envelopes
Various specialty papers
For school children


Stationery chain


  1. ^ a b c d "Stationery Shop Award 2017" Fusosha Publishing Co., Ltd., 2017, p. 50. 
  2. ^ Kojien [Stationery]
  3. ^ a b "Stationery Shop Award 2017" Fusosha Publishing Co., Ltd., 2017, p. 51. 
  4. ^ The Global Stationery Products Market
  5. ^ "Toshi Co., Ltd.". 2012/6/7Browse.

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