Daiso Japan – Sakura Decoration Tape
Decorate your cards, gifts, notes, scrapbooks, labels with this cool Japanese illustrated Sakura Decoration Tape from Daiso Japan.
The Pattern of the Week (PotW) is Sakura (cherry blossom). For every four sakura, there is an illustration of a skewered sweet rice dumplings, and for every thirteen rice dumplings, there is a bird.
The tape width is 5mm, and the tape length is 6m.
How to use
1. Lift up the cap that covers the tip of the dispenser. Press the tip of the decoration tape over the surface and pull over the area to be decorated. (Keep the tip flat with the surface).
2. When the area is covered with the decoration tape, stop pulling the decoration tape dispenser, press down slightly on the tip and pull up diagonally for a clean finish.
– Keep away from heat, moisture, and direct sunlight.
– The decoration tape may scrape off from applied surface if written over with a sharp pointed writing instrument.
– Applying too much force on the tip may damage the decoration tap dispenser.
– To protect the tape ofter use, cover the tip with the cap.
– Depending on the type of paper, the tape may not stick well to the surface.
– Please use on a flat surface.
– Keep out of reach of children.
– Do not cut the tape with a knife.
– If damaged, follow local disposal guidelines for disposal.
– Keep away from flames.
– Do not use the product for any purpose other than as originally intended.
Product name: Decoration tape Lattice and cherry blossoms （デコレーションテープ 格子桜 – dekore-shon te-pu koushi zakura）
Sold in 100 yen shop Daiso Japan
Product code: 4997642098846
Material: Polystyrene, Polyacetal, Polyethylene terephthalate resin
Size: Tape width – 5mm; Tape length – 6m
Made in China
Price: 100 yen + tax
Just like I mentioned on the Mosaic Decoration Tape post, the decoration tapes are very popular in Japan. The dispenser design has been improved over the Mosaic Decoration Tape, it’s more compact and easier to hold. The protective cap is now attached and hinged to the dispenser so there isn’t easily lost.
I definitely like this, and I think the sakura design would make a very good souvenir for family and friends back home.