Q-raisSuki-Usagi (Pink)A5 Size (fits Cousin)

      Suki-Usagi is the obnoxious and selfish rabbit you can’t help but love, created by manga artist, illustrator, and animator Q-rais. Suki-Usagi has been embroidered in great detail onto this bright pink necktie fabric.



      Look closely and you’ll see that the color of the thread is different around the face and on the nose. The textile has a silky feel and a handsome sheen.

      A fluffy charm is at the ends of the bookmarks, modeled after Suki-Usagi’s rabbit tail.

      The interior pockets are also printed with illustrations of Suki-Usagi.



      The Bow & Tie textile series has been featured in the Weeks collection for many years, and this is the first time this material is being used for the A6 and A5 size covers. The combination of Suki-Usagi’s cuteness and the prim and proper feel of the necktie material makes this cover perfect for users looking for a fresh new start in spring.

      About Q-rais


      Born in 1985 in Tochigi Prefecture.
      Manga artist, illustrator, animation artist.
      Began making short animations through self-study in high school.
      Began working under the name Q-rais in 2015 and created popular comic strips, illustrations,andshort animations.
      Books include “Nekonohey,” “Suki-Usagi,” “Tibetan Sand Fox Sunaoka-san,” and “Chaako.”

      Ongoing works can be viewed here:
      Omocoro Cinderella

      Town Work Magazine Nezumida-kun

      Ongoing works also include Young Champion Suki-Usagi.

      Q-rais Blog

      Q-rais Twitter

      Staff List

      Photographer
      Styled Images: Kosuke Matsuki / Product Detail: Hiroyuki Oe
      Stylist
      Megumi Nishimori
      Makeup & Hair
      Tomoko Takano
      Model
      Shiho Mori
      Q-raisSuki-Usagi (Pink)A5 Size (fits Cousin)
      JPY4,8609,050

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      Available

      Specifications

      Cover
      SizeW: 162 x H: 228 x T: 20 mm / W: 6.4" x H: 9.0" x T: 0.8"
      *Excluding pen holders
      *Specifications may vary slightly
      WeightApprox. 138 g
      Main materialPolyester
      Book (Cousin / Japanese / April Start)
      SizeA5 size
      W: 148 x H: 210 x T: 17 mm / W: 5.8" x H: 8.3" x T: 0.7"
      *Actual book size may vary slightly
      WeightApprox. 482 g
      LanguageJapanese
      Pages544 pages
      BindingStitch-binding
      Paper TypeThin, light Tomoe River paper resistant to bleeding and designed for planners.
      Graph Paper Size3.7 mm
      *Monthly pages are 3.45 mm
      Yearly Calendar2018, 2019, 2020
      Yearly IndexApr. 2019 - Mar. 2020 (4 pages)
      Monthly CalendarFeb. 2019 - May. 2020 (32 pages)
      Daily PagesApr. 1, 2019 - Mar. 31, 2020 (378 pages)
      *A blank two-page spread is featured at the very beginning of the book to provide a free area when starting out the book.
      *A page is included at the beginning of each month to help in planning ahead.
      *All daily pages include daily quotes.
      Daily QuotesOne per day (Japanese)
      Weekly PagesApr. 1, 2019 - Apr. 5, 2020 (106 pages)
      Memo Pages2 pages
      Informational PagesTime Table / Graph Paper / Favorites / Words to Remember / Tips on Living Life in a Good Mood / Breakfast around the World / Introduction to Reading Classical Literature / Solar Terms / Emergency Preparedness / Conversion Chart / Useful Links / Gifts / Age Table / Addresses (for 8 people) / Personal Notes
      Listed InformationDay of the year / Week of the year (listed on monthly calendars) / Old lunar calendar / Rokuyo (traditional Japanese lunisolar calendar) (listed on monthly calendars) / Solar terms / Japanese holidays / Moon phase (daily pages include every phase, monthly calendars and weekly pages only include full and new moon)
      List of Japanese holidays and era names in the 2019 Japanese techo-Information listed in the book is current as of September 2018.
      -Era names are not listed.
      -The names of dates relating to the Japanese emperor and the accession of the new emperor, including April 30th, May 1st, May 2nd, and October 22nd, will not be listed in the calendars.
      Book (Cousin / Japanese / January Start)
      SizeA5 size
      W: 148 x H: 210 x T: 17 mm / W: 5.8" x H: 8.3" x T: 0.7"
      *Actual book size may vary slightly
      WeightApprox. 482 g
      LanguageJapanese
      Pages544 pages
      BindingStitch-binding
      Paper TypeThin, light Tomoe River paper resistant to bleeding and designed for planners.
      Graph Paper Size3.7 mm
      *Monthly pages are 3.45 mm
      Yearly Calendar2018, 2019, 2020
      Yearly IndexJan. 2019 - Dec. 2020 (4 pages)
      Monthly Calendar Dec. 2018 - Mar. 2020 (32 pages)
      Daily Pages Jan. 1 - Dec. 31, 2019 (377 pages)
      *A blank two-page spread is featured at the very beginning of the book to provide a free area when starting out the book.
      *A page is included at the beginning of each month to help in planning ahead.
      *All daily pages include daily quotes.
      Daily Quotes One per day (Japanese)
      Weekly PagesDec. 31, 2018 - Jan. 5, 2020 (106 pages)
      Memo Pages6 pages
      Informational PagesTime Table / Graph Paper / Favorites / Words to Remember / Tips on Living Life in a Good Mood / Breakfast around the World / Introduction to Reading Classical Literature / Solar Terms / Emergency Preparedness / Conversion Chart / Useful Links / Gifts / Age Table / Addresses (for 8 people) / Personal Notes
      Listed InformationDay of the year / Week of the year (listed on monthly calendars) / Old lunar calendar / Rokuyo (traditional Japanese lunisolar calendar) (listed on monthly calendars) / Solar terms / Japanese holidays / Moon phase (daily pages include every phase, monthly calendars and weekly pages only include full and new moon)
      List of Japanese holidays and era names in the 2019 Japanese techo-Information listed in the book is current as of February 2018.
      -Era names are not listed.
      -The names of dates relating to the Japanese emperor and the accession of the new emperor, including April 30th, May 1st, May 2nd, and October 22nd, will not be listed in the calendars.
      Book (Cousin Avec / Japanese / January Start / 2-Book Set)
      SizeA5 size x 2 books
      Each Book: W: 148 x H: 210 x T: 10 mm / W: 5.8" x H: 8.3" x T: 0.4"
      *Actual book size may vary slightly
      WeightEach Book: Approx. 278 g
      LanguageJapanese
      Pages Each Book: 288 pages
      BindingStitch-binding
      Paper TypeThin, light Tomoe River paper resistant to bleeding and designed for planners.
      Graph Paper Size3.7 mm
      *Monthly pages are 3.45 mm
      Yearly Calendar2018, 2019, 2020
      Yearly IndexBook 1: Jan. - Dec. 2019 (4 pages)
      Book 2: July 2019 - June 2020 (4 pages)
      Monthly CalendarBook 1: Dec. 2018 - July 2019 (16 pages)
      Book 2: June 2019 - Jan. 2020 (16 pages)
      Daily PageBook 1: Jan. 1 - June 30, 2019 (187 pages)
      *A blank two-page spread is featured at the very beginning of the book to provide a free area when starting out the book.
      *A page is included at the beginning of each month to help in planning ahead.
      *All daily pages include daily quotes.

      Book 2: July 1 - Dec. 31, 2019 (190 pages)
      *Three blank pages are featured at the very beginning of the book to provide a free area when starting out the book.
      *A page is included at the beginning of each month to help in planning ahead.
      *All daily pages include daily quotes.
      Daily QuotesOne per day (Japanese)
      Weekly PagesBook 1: Dec. 31, 2018 - June 30, 2019 (52 pages)
      Book 2: July 1, 2019 - Jan. 5, 2020 (54 pages)
      Memo PagesBook 1: 10 pages
      Book 2: 2 pages
      Informational PagesTime Table / Graph Paper / Favorites / Words to Remember / Tips on Living Life in a Good Mood / Breakfast around the World / Introduction to Reading Classical Literature / Solar Terms / Emergency Preparedness / Conversion Chart / Useful Links / Gifts / Age Table / Addresses (for 8 people) / Personal Notes
      Listed InformationDay of the year / Week of the year (listed on monthly calendars) / Old lunar calendar / Rokuyo (traditional Japanese lunisolar calendar) (listed on monthly calendars) / Solar terms / Japanese holidays / Moon phase (daily pages include every phase, monthly calendars only include full and new moon)
      List of Japanese holidays and era names in the 2019 Japanese techo-Information listed in the book is current as of February 2018.
      -Era names are not listed.
      -The names of dates relating to the Japanese emperor and the accession of the new emperor, including April 30th, May 1st, May 2nd, and October 22nd, will not be listed in the calendars.

      Please Read Before You Buy

      In order to provide you with the most satisfaction for your product, we've compiled a list of warnings, potential issues, and tips to keep in mind for this particular product. Please be sure to read this information carefully before placing your order.

      Actual specifications may vary from listing

      Each item is individually assembled and sewn by hand by a factory worker. Best efforts are made to ensure consistent sizes and specifications, but there may be slight differences.

      Surface of woven fabric may have dark lines, spots, and shadowing.

      Due to the characteristics of the woven fabric, the surface may contain dark lines, spots, and areas that appear to have shadows. This is an unavoidable aspect of manufacturing.

      Pattern alignment varies by product

      The patterned fabric has not been aligned to a specific layout, so the placement of each design will vary by product. The product will not be an exact replica of the one in the product photographs.

      Use caution around sharp objects

      The material in this product snags easily on sharp objects, so please handle with care.

      Silk printed image may peel off over time

      The silk print may eventually peel or come off with daily use.

      Not for use with Cover on Cover

      This cover uses thicker materials than usual, so it may not fit. Forcing it into a Cover on Cover may damage the products.

      Avoid pulling the bookmark charm or tassel

      Please use caution and avoid pulling the charm or tassel on the end of the bookmarks, as it may cause them to rip off.

      Pen holders are rigid at first

      The pen holders are rigid at first, making it difficult to insert pens. You can speed up the breaking-in process by rolling the pen holders in your hand.

      Pen holder fits pens up to 13.5 mm wide

      The pen holder is designed to perfectly fit the 12.2 mm (0.48”) diameter Jetstream pen offered as a free bonus gift with select Japanese-version Hobonichi Web Shop products. Pens with certain shapes and materials may be difficult to pull through the holder. The holder can fit pens up to 13.5 mm (0.53”) in diameter.

      Avoid storing in hot and humid places

      Please avoid storing your product in hot, humid places or placing it atop other objects for long periods of time as this may result in lower quality and color stains.