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2024 Planner / HON A6 Paper Series (HOBONICHI TECHO)

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The HON planner with a hardcover book design, hence it's called "HON" meaning a book in Japanese. The Paper Series uses unique custom paper by Takeo Paper Company.
This may seem like an ordinary black planner, but when you look closely, you will find the entire surface covered with a subtle gingham pattern, which you can see the graphic pattern from different angles of light. Although it’s embossed, it feels smooth to the touch.

This series was created to make you feel like you’re carrying around a favorite book and take it out at any time to make notes. A6 size features a page per day with a 3.7mm grid layout, the size of a square grid that is easy to write on after years of research.

An A6 pencil board with a pen holder exclusively comes with the HON series. Paper material is durable and thin Tomoe River S paper and its thread-bound book with a lay-flat design makes it easy to write. 
Please note that the cover of the Paper series is thinner and softer than the other HON series since it is made by cutting off the sides of the cover instead of wrapping the cover material around the cardboard. It does not have a bookmark.

The year "2024" is stamped so you can easily identify the year when you put the notebooks on the bookshelf.
Last, not the least - each one of planner has a serial number printed on the backside of front cover! 

Dimension: (W)4.1" x (L)5.9" x (H)0.5"
Page Contents: Yearly & Monthly Calendars, Daily planner (a day per page), To-do list, My Favorites page, 365-day Goal page, Words to remember page, Looking Back to the Year 2024 page - exclusive to English version of HON A6

Also available in A5 (With Weekly planner page which A6 does not include) 

The original Hobonichi Techo was born in 2001 from Japan, and it’s been refined and updated every year to reflect the demands of users. Now, over 20 years, the techo has been used by fans all over the world.