Zebra's "Delguard" mechanical pencil series, which "doesn't break no matter how hard you put it," has released a limited edition product in collaboration with the book "Stationery Picture Book" by Kentaro Yamamoto, a boy who loves stationery. It can be purchased at Tokyu Hands nationwide.
The stationery pictorial book is a handwritten explanation of 168 stationery items that Yamamoto-kun, who was a sixth grader at the time, loved in 2015. Originally a free research work during the summer vacation, it quickly became a hot topic through SNS, and in March this year, Iroha was published as a book.
This collaboration product is a set of one Delgard and the explanation of Delgard in the same book. A "dedicated eraser" that is not available in regular products is also included as a bonus. The core diameter is 0.5 mm, and the price is 450 yen (excluding tax).