The world is in the middle of the travel season. I think many people read to kill time on the move.
I usually use spins (bookmark strings) and paper bookmarks while reading, but it's a little annoying to re-squeeze each page. However, if you don't use it, you may inadvertently fall asleep and not know how much you have read.
I found "Swan Touch" there. Once set, it is a bookmark that allows you to mark the last page without changing the scissors. It costs 150 yen (excluding tax) per sheet, and there are various colors other than red.
There is a tape on the back of the swan-shaped bookmark, so peel it off and stick it on the back of the book or on the last page. At this time, the point is to leave a small gap between the neck and the book.
Close the book and move Swan's neck to set it on the page you are reading. If you start reading as it is ...
Every time I turn the page, Swan's head comes with me!
At first glance, it may seem like a simple mechanism, but the fact that the pages of a thin book are turned over as usual and the neck moves without breaking or the paper is squeezed is proof that it is made by considerable calculation. It doesn't bother me when I close the book, and when I finish reading it, I can peel it off and use it again.
The swan touch is made by Takahashi Mold Service in Itabashi, Tokyo. It seems that it is made by pouring plastic into the mold instead of cutting out the board, so you can not help feeling the craftsmanship in the ultra-thin finish that does not damage the paper while leaving moderate elasticity and flexibility. .. Above all, the loveliness of Swan, who pops up every time he turns the page, is quite a point for the bird-loving writer. How about reading a feature-length film during your summer vacation?