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Hobonichi – 2022 Planner, Have a Nice Day – A6

£78.00
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For a limited time only buy a Hobonichi Techo and a Stalogy 1/2 Year A6 Notebook and receive a pack of Stalogy 5mm Masking Dots for free!

The iconic Hobonichi Techo 2022 is now available at Nishura East!

A new type of A6 size cover that simplifies the features of the Hobonichi Techo cover as much as possible – by not including the pen holders and bookmarks. Made from light, faux leather with the words “Have a Nice Day!” foil-pressed in gold. Comes with an elastic band to keep the cover shut, as well as a pen hook that is designed to hold a pen by its clip.

This cover is a set with the 2022 Hobonichi Techo Planner Book included.

  • Pages: 464 pages
  • Paper: Tomoe River paper – Thin & light-weight paper.
  • Start of Week: Monday
  • Yearly Index: Dec. 2021 – Mar. 2023 (8 Pages)
  • Monthly Calendar pages: 32 Pages
  • Daily Pages: 1st  Jan – 31st  Dec 2022 (377 pages)
  • Graph Paper Size: 3.7 mm

Please Note: Item excluded from all promotions

Personalise Your Notebook

For added exclusivity you can personalise your Techo book with stamped initials, in gold or silver lettering, with two or three letters. Just tick the box below.

 

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SKU: 1-ORC-22-028E
Categories: 2022 Diaries, Planner, Stationery
Tag: Hobonichi, Hobonichi 2022, Hobonichi Techo, Japanese Stationery
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