Welcome to Nitto – the only home for the full range of products from Haru stuck-on design; and Stálogy.


Nitto was first established in Japan in 1918. Since that time we have had a long history of specialising in manufacturing adhesive tape-related products and electrical insulation materials.

With so many years of specialist experience and knowledge, we have been at the forefront of inventing innovative solutions, creating materials for a whole range of environments, from housing, to automotive, to medical industries.

For our new approach for the future, we are going to use the extraordinary technological ability and specialist experience we have built up, to develop a new range of exciting lifestyle products, aimed at everyday life use.

These new products are based on ideas directly relevant to consumers, products designed to enhance the lives of as many people as possible, to provide real value for money, and to bring excitement with innovation and creativity.

Two of the newest additions to the product range – two lifestyle brands now available to European customers – are HARU stuck-on design, and Stalogy.

HARU stuck-on design is totally new concept – allowing you to add colour to interiors and objects in a way like never before. Stick on and peel off, create and explore – it will turn you into a designer and artist in an instant.

There are four sizes of tapes (5cm, 15cm,30cm, 60cm) which have a specially developed glue, so they can be attached to walls, floors, furniture, skateboards, surfboards, bicycles – whatever you like. You can use it to add an accent of colour to rooms, to bring a plain table to life, or to make your wheels the coolest on the block.

What’s amazing is that the tape can be peeled off without damaging any surface. So you can enjoy seasonal colours, keep up with trends, or just keep on creating new ideas whenever you like. Just peel off and stick on.

In Japan, ideas of seasonality are woven into culture, so this product comes from the country’s heart. The Japanese tea ceremony, for example, uses bright colours to welcome the cherry blossoms and spring sunshine. Quite different from the golds, yellows and reds used during autumn.

There are hundreds of reasons for changing colours – and hundreds of reasons to explore HARU stuck-on design.

Of course it’s just as good for children as it is for adults, and it’s a great way to learn creativity. Without damaging walls or furniture.

Find out what it’s all about and about the range of colours at www.haru-stuckondesign.com.

We created Stalogy as a celebration of the beauty of clear communication. Since the earliest times people have made marks – on cave walls, in the sand – marks that have been about messages, notes, lists, images, beautiful in their simplicity, and important to those who have something to say.

In this age of intense computerisation, we wanted to create a range of stationery that reminded people of the sheer beauty of direct, hand-crafted communication. Where quality of materials would encourage handwriting and personal use, and creativity could find space to wander. Where simplicity of good design is the keynote.

That is why we have produced a beautiful new range of note books, sketch books, pens and pencils, designed for all of those who have creative thoughts to communicate!

Have a closer look at the Stalogy range at www.stalogy.com, and see Japanese design working at its best.

Nitto will reach its 100th year in 2018. This will be an amazing anniversary, and we hope you will look out for some of the ways we want to celebrate our happy achievement with you in the coming year!