Stationery Review: Iwako Japanese Curry Rice Japanese Eraser

I’m doing a stationery review this time! Today, I’ll be reviewing an eraser. I have a lot of pencils but few erasers. I got this eraser from Gingko Papers and bought it from there as they were having a sale before they closed down. That was like…two years ago. I had found the eraser from the depths of my desk drawer and I finally decided to use it.

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Here’s the label. I can read a little Japanese–just Katakana and Hiragana.

It’s small. It feels slightly smoother than a Staedtler eraser, but it still has that rubbery texture. The curry and the rice can be removed, so there’s actually three erasers in one.

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Does it erase well? Let’s see…

The following page I am showing you is from Grammar by Diagram by Cindy L. Vitto (I just finished it today, so I will do a review on it).

Here’s the before…

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Here’s the after.

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I think it erases well. It doesn’t look like it because I like to press hard on the paper whenever I write on paper (the pencil I used was Dixon Ticonderoga).

Overall, it’s an okay eraser. It’s not the best, but erasers are just erasers–they erase your written mistakes.

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