After many years of customer requests for a plain notebook that feels just like the Hobonichi Techo, we’re happy to introduce this brand new item, called the Hobonichi Plain Notebook.
This notebook has Tomoe River paper, opens completely flat, and contains graph paper divided into 4 colors.
The Tomoe River paper is the same thin, durable paper as that used in the Hobonichi Techo. This allows the 240-page book to stay at a mere 8mm thick, giving you plenty of room to fill to your heart’s content.
The 3.7 millimeter graph paper is also the same as that of the Japanese-edition Hobonichi Techo Original. The color of the ink on the page changes every 60 pages (red / blue / green / purple), making it easy to split the book into several themes or use the colors as a way to more easily find old entries.
The notebook size is the same as the A6 Planner, which makes it compatible with any of the Planner’s Hobonichi Techo covers. The cover is great for storing items like pens or sticky notes, and provides a very convenient user experience.
(Also available in A5 size.)
You can also buy several notebooks and establish a single theme to keep across each book.
The notebook is also a great supplement to the Hobonichi Techo, or simply a smaller-size notebook to keep by your side for filling with lots of writings or drawings.
W: 105 x H: 148 x T: 8 mm / W: 4.1" x H: 5.9" x T: 0.3"
*Actual book size may vary slightly
|Weight||Approx. 117 g|
The color of the ink on the page changes every 60 pages (red / blue / green / purple)
|Paper Type||Thin, light Tomoe River paper resistant to bleeding and designed for planners.|
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.
The Hobonichi Techo's Tomoe River paper is designed to prevent bleed-through, but some fountain pens and water-based ink pens are not compatible with this paper. When switching to a new pen, we recommend testing the pen somewhere in the book, such as the back memo pages, to see if the ink bleeds through or takes an especially long time to dry.