misa621

misa621, Japan
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  • Member since Joined 29th Apr., 2021
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About misa621...

I use a translator for English.I'm sorry if I used bad English.
Please write in English only.
I'm not good at English so please don't write in cursive.
I'd like to know what you've written.

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Do you have any Christmas cards left?
I love those all year round. Thank you for sending it to me.

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I am the mother of a 5-year-old boy.
I was born in Saitama prefecture, Japan, and now I live in Tokyo with my family of three.

I fell in love with stamps because of a card my older sister sent me.
(Goya stamp on the summer greeting card!)
I sometimes exchange letters and postcards with my older sister.
The other day, I put the letters and cards in a file to make them easier to read.
The cards and letters lined up were so cute.
that I was able to meet this post-crossing while searching for postcards and stamps.

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postage stamps and special postmarks(Not a collector)

moomin
Dick Bruna
Edward Gorey
Taro Gomi(五味太郎さん)
Yuriko Yamawaki(Yuriko Omura)(大村ゆりこさん)
nishishuku(西淑さん)
Elsa Beskow
Ottilia Adelborg
Inge-Löök-cards

Christmas • Easter • Halloween • Any holiday card・birthday card(anytime of the year)

picture book (Children's book)
mailboxes and letters, plants ,universe,birds,wild birds(illustrations)

The Night Sky series (50 designs Card Book)
Nouvelles Images postcard series
Vintage Educational Charts Card Book(100 Postcards )

I use my favorite wall as my wish list.Please take a look.
Having said that,all postcards are welcome.

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Please don't be surprised. My address is being written on the postcard sent in most cases.
It's so that a card may return to its origin again when there was something.

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Thank you for reading my profile :-)

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