By MAYO TOMIOKA/ Staff Writer
March 30, 2020 at 07:00 JST
As many decorative designs as possible are removed from the back covers of mahora to prevent them from bothering users who take them out of bags. (Mayo Tomioka)
OSAKA--When a manufacturer here set out to create a notebook for developmentally disabled people, who are often bothered by pure white pages, decorative lines and date columns, they went right to the source. [Read More]
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