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Hobonichi – 2024 April Start Cousin Book (A5) | Japanese

£50.00
The Japanese 2024 April Start Hobonichi Cousin has arrived at Nishura East!

The 148 x 210 mm (roughly 5”x 8”) A5 size is perfect for those who like to write a bit more. 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 book contains many useful calendars and schedule-tracking tools, such as the yearly calendar, monthly calendar, and yearly index page. The Cousin also has an exclusive section: the popular weekly pages track a week in each two-page spread for easy planning and contain a handy time schedule.

  • Language: Japanese
  • Pages: 544 pages
  • Paper: Tomoe River S paper – Thin & light-weight paper.
  • Start of Week: Monday
  • Yearly Index: April 2024 – Mar 2025 (4 Pages)
  • Monthly Calendar Pages: Feb 2024 – May 2025 (32 Pages)
  • Weekly Pages: 27th Mar 2024 – 31st Mar 2025 (106 pages)
  • Daily Pages: 1st Apr 2024 – 31st Mar 2025 (378 pages)
  • Graph Paper Size: 3.7 mm

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