The more you write in your techo, the more of your life it contains. We’ve created a cover that’s meant to last a long time and protect this precious book.
The brass button shining in the center of this cover is by button and jewelry specialty shop CO-, which handles everything from antiques to modern items. They’ve specially created these buttons for the Hobonichi Techo cover by reprinting antique buttons originally made in England.
Etched into the button is an old symbol of good luck, the honey bee, and a dainty flower. The button starts out bright and shiny, and gradually darkens and dulls over time for that classic brass look you can enjoy while your cover matures alongside you.
There are two button snaps so the cover can accommodate your techo’s growing thickness if you paste in items like photographs and ticket stubs.
The pen hook is designed to hold a pen by its clip.
The herringbone material is made with wool tweed. The complex blue-gray color scheme gives the cover a high-end and eloquent feel.
Just as a honey bee seeks and collects nectar, so you should seek out all of life’s joys and gather them into your techo.
A6 Size (fits Planner and Original)