|Brand Name||Hobonichi Techo|
|Item Weight||1.06 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5.8 x 0.7 x 8.3 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||2017_A5_COUSIN_JAN|
Hobonichi Techo A5 Cousin Notebook 2017 (January Start)
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- Functions as a notebook, planner, journal/diary, and sketch book.
- 180-degree lay-flat stitch binding
- Tomoe River paper; ideal for planners
- Monday-start week.
- 544 Pages, Yearly, Monthly, Weekly Calendar, Daily Pages
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The Hobonichi Techo Cousin is A5, twice the size of the A6 Hobonichi Techo Planner. The book’s big, spacious pages and page-per-day format provide a place to generously fill an entire year’s worth of spur-of-the-moment thoughts. After years of testing, the graph paper has been set to 3.7 mm for optimal writing comfort. The graph paper design has also been printed in light colors so users can either customize it to their own layout or ignore it completely. The various calendars and pages are great not only for writing down your plans for the day, but for doodling, pasting event tickets, using as a normal notebook, and filling in pages with any whims that come to mind. The Cousin is very popular for its exclusive weekly calendars, and is easy to use, fun to write in, and great to have on hand. The cousin has some Japanese language.
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The Hobonichi Techo is unique in the sense that it has 4 different sections. The first is a calendex, or the month with each day listed below it in an actual list format. Next is has a monthly view with plenty of room to write in the boxes as well as the sides. Third is a weekly section with the times laid out for each day and boxes for tasks to be done, and finally, the bulk of the planner, is the page you get for each day.
The grid is small, but very easy to write in and read easily. If you like making boxes next to your tasks the grid makes that especially easy.
One of the coolest things about this planner is that it's great for people who love the idea of bullet journaling but not the time it might take to set up or the dedication to keep it up. Because the dates are all laid out and spaced evenly, you just need to fill it in. The Hobonichi is incredibly easy to customize to how you like planning. If you just write lists and call it good, this will work. If you love stickers, this will work. If you're one to get creative, this will work. It honestly will work for anyone.
While it is pricey, if you have yet to find planner peace and the idea intrigues you, I urge you to give this a shot.