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Behold the sensational Hobonichi Techo, one of Japan's best-selling daily planners! More than just an agenda, Hobonichi Techo planners are designed as a blank canvas for documenting the small moments of everyday life. Use it as a diary, scrapbook, photo album, sketchbook, or simply as a place to record your thoughts. The name Techo is the Japanese word for "planner," derived from the Japanese words for "hand" and "notebook."
The Day-Free Original Size is an A5 size monthly techo that was introduced in the 2020 edition lineup. It’s split into two main parts: monthly calendars and a graph-paper notebook. The blank graph paper notebook contains a total of 171 pages and is comprised of 3.7 mm squares.
You can fill in as much as you want at a time without feeling constricted to dates. Keep a journal, draw a picture or graph, paste in ticket stubs, scribble on the pages, and fill the pages with capricious whims or meticulous plans — it’s all up to you.
The book uses thin and light yet durable Tomoe River S paper. The paper has supported the Hobonichi Techo for over 20 years with its special characteristics, but it’ll be undergoing an overhaul starting with the 2024 edition techos. The paper is more resistant to bleed through, lighter despite being the same thickness, and has a smoother surface by adjusting the fibers of the paper.
- Grid pattern: The graph sheet style keeps notes organized and lets you design various layouts for each page.
- The 2024 edition will contain entries for December 2023 through March 2025.
- Quotations: Entertaining, inspirational quotes printed on every other page offer bits of wisdom.
- Reference pages: Measurement tables, a printed ruler, guides to Japanese culture, and other information is conveniently available.
- Stitch binding: With this lay-flat binding, writing in your Techo is easy and comfortable.
This is a Japanese-language planner. All text including quotes and reference pages are in Japanese, but the planner pages use standard numerals to list the months and days, so anyone can use them.