The NFL is heading to Europe this year, but there’s a new team in town: The Midori.
This new midori, the only midori in Europe, is the perfect addition to the NFL’s roster.
Midori, or midori paper, is made in Japan and sells for around $50 and comes in three different styles.
The most popular is the “Nagi,” which has a paper-thin paper and a beautiful ribbon-like weave.
It’s the “Fusou” (the paper-wrapped version), which is made of a softer fabric that’s easy to fold.
The “Nara” (faux paper) is another popular midori that’s used in the NFL.
This is made from recycled paper that’s soft, but has a thin, paper-like feel.
The other two are “Tsuba” (paper folded in a square shape) and “Matsuya” (folded in a circle).
The “Mato” is the most expensive of the three.
The Midori is available in both white and gold versions.
The white version is available at stores like Target and Macy’s.
The white Midori comes in a number of different styles, including a “Tsumaki” (or “noodles”) which have a “filler” paper and an interior ribbon.
The “Fuji” (blue) Midori costs $30.
The gold Midori, which costs $90, is an all-white version with a paper wrap that is thinner than a typical Midori and comes with an interior paper-filled ribbon.
The colors are available in different sizes, so you can find one that’s perfect for you.
The black Midori has a “Mata” ribbon.