Introducing ZenPop's latest offering—our Limited Edition Packs are exciting one-off boxes of unique and must-have products from Japan, as requested by our fans!
What's a ZenPop Limited Edition Pack?
Our first-ever ZenPop Limited Edition Pack is inspired by the sweet cherry blossoms, which are blooming across Japan now! Experience the most beautiful season in Japan with four sakura-themed stationery items and two sweet spring treats.
Your Sakura Stationery and Sweets Pack includes:
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Decorative and high-quality masking tape is so versatile and can be used in a variety of practical and creative ways.
Japanese pens, from best-selling brands like Zebra, Uni and Pilot, are known for their quality and innovation.
Kawaii culture started in Japan, so we can guarantee this is where you'll find the cutest and most adorable stickers!
Washi or traditional paper is an 13,000-year old art form! The world-class quality of Japanese paper products is hard to beat.
Japan loves seasonal snacks and right now every store is stocked with rows of cherry blossom-inspired sweets!
MAJESTIC MT FUJI - Beautiful Fuji-san is one of Japan's 3 sacred mountains. It's an iconic cultural symbol and is a source of artistic inspiration for many. Surrounded by autumn leaves or pink cherry blossoms, Mount Fuji is a majestic sight!
FLOWER VIEWING - Hanami or "cherry blossom viewing" is one of the most magical times of the year in Japan. We celebrate with hanami picnics beneath the blossoms with our friends and loved ones. It's the experience of a lifetime!
SEASONAL SNACKS - Cherry blossom-inspired snacks start to appear well before the first sakura blossoms do! From Starbucks to famous snacks like Pocky and KitKats, there are many limited time sakura-flavored treats to enjoy!
CHERRY BLOSSOM ART - The iconic cherry blossom is an important part of Japan's culture and traditions. Sakura season may be brief, but their fleeting beauty lives on through poetry, artistic masterpieces, and of course adorable stationery!© Tokuriki Tomikichiro, Lake Kawaguchi, 1950s