Hobonichi 2024 is now at Nishura East!

Hobonichi – 2024 English Techo Planner Book | A6

The 2024 Hobonichi Techo is now available at NishuraEast!

The 105 x 148 mm (roughly 4”x 6”) A6 size is light and portable, making it easy to carry around and pull out anytime. The thin, light Tomoe River paper is strong, resistant to bleeding, and allows ink to dispense smoothly across the paper, making writing a pleasure. Special stitch-binding allows the planner to lay completely flat without having to hold it down. The page corners are rounded to minimise creasing and damage to the edges when carried around, or stored in a bag. The daily pages offer plenty of space to fill despite the book’s compact A6 size. The graph paper offers an open layout for you to neatly lay out writings, clippings, and drawings. A serial number is on the inside back cover, giving each planner a unique identity and making your planner your very own special book.

The book contains several sections that are great for schedule management, such as a yearly calendar, monthly calendar, and yearly index page.

The back of the book includes useful and informational pages, such as “An Interview with Myself” and “Okonomiyaki ― Japanese-Style Savoury Pancakes”.

  • Language: English
  • Monday Start
  • Pages: 448 pages
  • Paper: Tomoe River S paper – Thin & light-weight paper.
  • Start of Week: Monday
  • Yearly Index: Dec 2023 – March 2025 (8 Pages)
  • Monthly Calendar pages: Dec 2023 – March 2025 (32 Pages)
  • Daily Pages: 1st  January 2024 – 31st  Dec 2024 (378 pages)
  • Graph Paper Size: 4 mm

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