Welcome to the world of Kitpas - a new dimension in art materials imported from Japan! We carry the largest range of Kitpas products in Malaysia.
Kitpas crayons are buttery smooth, vibrant, water soluble and work on surfaces like paper, glass, mirrors and whiteboards. They are removable from non-porous surfaces with just a damp cloth. Kitpas crayons are both kids' and parents' favorite choice of crayons, winning Japan’s prestigious “Stationery of the Year Award” in 2009.
Kitpas dustless chalk are made of recycled scallop shells which makes them stronger, smoother and longer lasting than the regular calcium carbonate chalk. It’s no surprise that more than 60% of the chalks currently used by schools in Japan are Kitpas Chalks. All Kitpas products are non-toxic, allergen free, meet EN71 safety regulations and are CE certified.
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Kitpas products are manufactured by Nihon Rikagaku Industry Co, Japan’s leading manufacturer of innovative, eco-friendly art materials for 80 years. Nihon Rikagaku started the business by making dustless chalk products. In 1967, there was a massive waste piles of scallop shells that were causing serious environmental issues in Hokkaido. Nihon Rikagaku developed a patented process to create dustless chalks from recycled scallop shells. As the market leader in this category, the company has naturally evolved and expanded their capability to develop more eco-friendly art materials. Kitpas has a unique series of quality art crayons, bath crayons, drawing and writing panels.
"Everyone, regardless of ability can find happiness and satisfaction through their work."
We are so moved by this philosophy of the company!
They hired 2 employees with intellectual disabilities in 1960. Since then, they have adapted their manufacturing methods and work environment so that they can continue to hire employees with different abilities. Today, 70% of their employees have intellectual disabilities (as at February 2020). Their goal is to have 100 employees with disabilities by the year 2030.