Shop Visit: Delfonics, Paris

The next shop I visited on my trip to Paris was Delfonics. It’s a Japanese company who have several stores in Japan and then one in Paris, in the mall beneath the Louvre.

Unfortunately, they wouldn’t let me take pictures inside the shop, but luckily it’s got a big glass front! It’s a really lovely store. Not very big, but jam-packed with goodies. I think I went round it 3 times and still found great new things each time. It sells Delfonics stuff, obviously, but they also sell loads of other great brands, Tombow, Faber-Castell, Caran D’Ache, Lamy, Leuchtturm1917, Rotring, Rhodia… I could go on.

Here’s my little haul – all black, not intentional:



From left to right:
Mitsubishi “Dermatograph” pencil, €2
e+m Germany ruler, €6.90
Delfonics scale ruler, €8
Tombow Mono Zero, €4.20
Faber-Castell graphite PITT crayon, €3.10


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