Hobonichi 2024 is now at Nishura East!

[PRE-ORDER] Hobonichi – 2024 Weeks, Tomomi ©︎ Nishikawa: Hanabi Set

This is a PRE-ORDER product, it will be dispatched at the beginning of October. If your order contains both in stock and pre-order products, the order will be dispatched once the pre-order item is available.

The iconic Hobonichi Weeks 2024 is now available at Nishura East!

This narrow Weeks book is light, hardcover book with some give to it so it still bends. Artworks created by Tomomi ©️ Nishikawa are lined up like a gallery. The year 2024 is foil-pressed in gold.

  • Language: English
  • Pages: 240 pages
  • Paper: Tomoe River paper – Thin & light-weight paper.
  • Start of Week: Monday
  • Yearly Index: Jan – Dec 2024 (2 Pages)
  • Monthly Calendar: Dec 2023 – Mar 2025 (32 Pages)
  • Week-to-view Layout: 27th Nov 2023 – 5th Jan 2025
  • Graph Paper Size: 3.55 mm
  • 73 Gridded Memo Pages


About the Artist

(“©︎” is read as “Chomo”)
Born in Hachinohe, Aomori Prefecture in 1987.
Dropped out of the Department of Sports and Health Science at Japan Women’s College of Physical Education in 2009, and graduated from the Graphic Design Department of Vantan Design Institute in 2011.
Joined 10inc. in August 2011.
Won the Grand Prix at the 19th Graphic “1_WALL” in 2018, the JAGDA New Designer Award in 2020, and the 2020-2021 Tokyo ADC Award.
Author of the picture book Our Eyes Just Met published in 2022 by Bronze Publishing.
Suddenly passed away in April 2021 due to illness.


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