Monthly CalendarClick image to enlarge
- Monthly data
- To-do list
- Daily boxes
- Week numbers
- Free space
- Moon phases
- Labeling 2017
- Mini calendar
- Time Table
Each header includes the year, underneath which is listed the Japanese era name, month (Japanese refers to months in numerical order instead of by name), the English name of the month, followed by the traditional Japanese name of the month.
Each calendar includes checkboxes for keeping track of goals and things to do. The monthly calendar has five boxes, and the weekly has three. If there aren't enough checkboxes, it's easy to add more on the grid paper.
Each box is lightly printed with a graph design to make it easy to fill in a full day's worth of plans. You can also take full advantage of the graph design by drawing out sections to allocate plans or entries visually.
The monthly calendars include the number of the week. The formula we use begins counting with the first week in January that includes a Thursday.
The calendars include free space below and to the left for taking notes, making plans or decorating the calendars with stickers and washi tape.
While the Daily Pages/Monthly Header feature illustrations of the moon phase of that particular day, these calendars only include new moons (●) and full moons (○).
Rokuyo (Traditional Japanese calendar)
The monthly calendar days are labeled with rokuyo, a cycle of six days said to predict good or bad fortune that day. The labels are commonly found on Japanese calendars and used to plan weddings and funerals.
The monthly pages for January through May of 2017 have the year in large numbers in the background to easily differentiate them from the 2016 pages.
The weekly diary has a mini calendar on the top left as an easy reference to the rest of the month. The week displayed on the current two-page spread is outlined.
The weekly diary contains a timetable that begins at 6 am and ends at midnight. Each hour consists of two lines on the grid, making it easy to write in intervals of 30 minutes.