DRILLOG Pen rest

Sale price$65.00



Behold the elegance of a pen rest sculpted from stainless steel—an embodiment of both utility and aesthetics. Its minimalist silhouette celebrates the intrinsic beauty of the pen barrel, emphasizing the essence of simplicity.

Crafted with care, this pen rest boasts a refined weight, offering not only a resting place for your cherished pen but also doubling as a practical paperweight. The result is a harmonious blend of purpose and design, destined to grace your workspace with its understated allure.

Discover the power of understatement as you let your pen find its rightful place atop the stainless steel pen rest. Here, functionality merges seamlessly with style, enhancing both the aesthetics of your workspace and the satisfaction of your creative endeavors.




  • Material:Stainless steel
  • Dimensions:Φ29.5mm w:15mm
  • Weight::71g



 Nestled within the Daikanyama Tsutaya (Tokyo) is the renowned stationery floor, celebrated not just for its vast collection, but also for its expert concierge adept in the world of writing instruments. This knowledgeable guide assists in the quest to find the perfect writing companion.

Amidst this literary haven stands the signature concierge, Kazuko Sakuma, an embodiment of Tsutaya's ethos. Beyond her advisory role, Ms. Sakuma holds a significant connection to our journey, being the pioneer purchaser of our inaugural brand, NEIGHBOR & CRAFTSMAN. Engaging conversations with her have often sown seeds of inspiration that ripple across our product lines.

It was a casual comment from Mr. Sakuma that catalyzed the birth of DRILLOG's metal dip pen. "Can we make a metal dip pen?" he pondered. With this question, a quest for innovation was ignited.

Spanning three years, the journey from the first prototype to the realization of the DRILLOG pen nib was marked by dedication, exploration, and meticulous research.

While our products have been a cherished secret of Japan until now, this endeavor heralds a new era. Our aspiration is to share our creations, infused with our technology and sentiments, with the world, mirroring the cultural voyage that is the hallmark of Tsutaya's Book.