Below is a list of the top and leading Stationery Stores in Toronto. To help you find the best Stationery Stores located near you in Toronto, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Toronto’s Best Stationery Stores:
The top rated Stationery Stores in Toronto are:
- Take Note Pens & Stationery Store – a modern pen and stationery shop
- Wonder Pens – a family-run shop located in Toronto
- Midoco Art & Office Supplies – a family business that offers an array of art and office supplies
- Hanji Gifts – takes pride in providing local artists, as well as artists from South Korea, the opportunity to share their creations with the world
- House Of Fine Writing – carries the best of the worlds fine writing instruments
Take Note Pens & Stationery Store
Take Note Pens & Stationery Store offers broad range of writing equipment, from Lamy which is known for meshing high-tech innovation and contemporary styling, to Pilot, a Japanese-made line of precision quality. Faber-Castell, Pelikan, Platinum, Caran d’Ache and Sailor are some of the pen lines being carried. Hobonichi and Midori Traveler’s Notebooks from Japan, Rhodia from France, Fabriano from Italy, Leuchtturm1917 from Germany and Apica from Japan, Mnemosyne, Field Notes from the USA, Mo Man Tai calendars and cards, daily pieces, Izola, Midori & Carta brass and desk accessories by Angela Liguori are also displayed.
Paper, Notebooks, Planners, Pencils, Pens, Inks, Accessories, Stamps, Puzzles, Cards, Games
Address: 2993 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M6P 1Z4
Phone:(416) 766 1235
“Bought my first fountain pen this morning from Jolanta and I have to say I’m very happy I went to Take Note. She and the staff are fantastic with their patience and honesty. Not once did she try to oversell me or talk me in to something I didn’t need. They could have taken advantage of me with my inexperience and lack of knowledge in the world of pens and stationary but she couldn’t have been nicer. Thank you so much Yolanta you will certainly have a returning customer.” – Kevin Brown
Wonder Pens was launched in 2013 by Jon and Liz Chan. Years ago, a suppressed lifelong fascination in stationery fuelled Liz’s first fountain pen was brought about a gift from Jon, which culminated in a never-ending search for the finest and hardest-to-find stationery items from Japan and around the world. They are a Toronto-based family-run shop that ships across Canada and abroad. They offer specialty fountain pens and stationery tools, and products like Classiky and Edison that are indeed tough to find. They take pride on providing a little of everything, from German companies like Kaweco and Lamy, to Japanese companies like Sailor and Midori. At their brick-and-mortar location in Little Italy, Toronto, they also have calligraphy lessons.
Pens, Ink, Paper, Calligraphy, Accessories, Gifts, Specials, Planners, Index Cards, Sketchbooks, Notebooks
Address: 52 Clinton St, Toronto, ON M6G 2Y3
Phone: (416) 799 5935
“Fantastic customer service from Brandon! My (first) purchase was an online one and curbside pickup was awesome. Thank you so much for your flexibility with pick up and amazing customer service overall. Cannot wait to start my pointed pen journey and hopefully be able to pay a visit in-store when it opens up again!” – Bella Em
Midoco Art & Office Supplies
Midoco Art & Office Supplies is owned and operated by Michael and Cecile Cramer and family. They opened their doors on January 1978 in their first store located in the Yonge and Lawrence area. Their shop has four main divisions are composed of Midoco: Art Supplies, Office Goods, Toy & Craft Supplies, and Giftware. The buying department of Midoco enthusiastically searches out new and interesting items and their consumers are eagerly awaiting the introduction of fresh and creative goods. You may also shop online, and enjoy a hassle-free shopping.
Art, Craft, Office, Lifestyle, Cards, Games & Toys
Address: 146 Danforth Ave, Toronto, ON M4K 1N1
Phone: (647) 351 1004
“Fantastic, charming art supply store with lots of variety in a tiny place. Don’t let all the cutesy gifts in the front fool you, they’ve got a good mixture of amateur and professional supplies for everything from painting and drawing to screen printing and crafting. I’ve come looking for very specific items (Fine-tec, Tombow, Blackwing…) And they had it every time. Helpful staff that never pushes a sale.” – Mel Drake
Hanji Gifts started its business in November of 2011. They began as a homage to Korean custom and style and has grown into a diverse and safe room offering a wide range of giftware, documents, stationery, art materials, accessories and cards, all carefully crafted for the finest quality and creative design. Although most of the goods sold at Hanji Gifts are imported from South Korea, there are some homemade goods that are carefully designed that are also manufactured locally in Toronto.
Arts, Crafts, DIY, Greeting Cards, Notebooks, Sticky Notes, Envelopes, Letter sets
Address: 940 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1G8
Phone: (647) 345 2095
“Found this place out of the blue a couple years ago and seem to stumble back into it once in a while. My favourite little shop in all of West Queen West! I bought my first wax seal here, my agendas, my journals, beautiful cards, stickers and pens. Staff is always super helpful and friendly!” – Valentina Grohovaz
House Of Fine Writing
House Of Fine Writing is situated in the heart of downtown Toronto and has the finest fine writing tools in the country. Their professional and welcoming team are here to give you real feedback and to assist you in selecting the right finest writing materials and accessories for your needs. Combined with a strong interest in its continued successful running, and how to sustain that, they are in demand and well received. They are happy to be able to support and assist you with the writing instruments that you are looking for.
Art, Paper, Pencils, Fountain Pens, Rollerball Pens, Ballpoint Pens, Inks & Refills, Accessories
Address: The Sheraton Centre, 123 Queen St W Lower Concourse, Toronto, ON M5H 3M9
Phone: (416) 304 6161
“It was amazing, very knowledgeable and helpful, there are some really good rates on pens, especially considering that I didn’t pay shipping, as it’s usually around $10 when shipping from the US. Great deals, definitely go check it out. Not open on weekends, unfortunately. Check out their website before you go, they list the brands they stock.” – Kadi Zheng