The story of Traveler's Company began in 2006, back then under the name Midori. It was that very year when this Japanese company started making its most famous article: the universial and famed Traveler's Notebook. In 2009 its smaller Passport version was introduced and in 2014 the company started manufacturing high-quality brass accessory. All of these have one thing in common. Two things actually. They are of superb quality and mature to even greater beauty over time.
A ruler is used to make straight lines. And it is also used for measuring. Japanese precision goes hand in hand with it. In the beginning, the brass will be gold, but it will age and get a beautiful patina. How is it made? Simply. It is pressed, shaped, straightened and then pressed again.
Score length: 15 cm
Made in Japan