Hobonichi 2019 White Line: Black Weeks Softcover (Japanese)
Regular priceMYR 86.00
The distinct white line running down the front cover is the trademark of this annual design.
This smart-looking Black book has been one of the best-selling Weeks designs since the Weeks joined the lineup in 2011, thanks to its unique look of the white stripe laid over a basic black background for a stark contrast.
The White Line books are the only softcover books in the otherwise hardcover collection, so it's easy to flip through the pages, grasp the book in your hand, shove it in your pocket, and roughhouse this durable little book.
This weekly-edition Hobonichi Techo is a compact book that’s easy to carry everywhere. The book is slim and roughly the size of a long wallet, making it easy to fit into a bag or suit pocket. The main layout of the book consists of a weekly calendar on the left page and blank graph paper on the right page. Each weekly spread also contains quotes in Japanese on the bottom of the page. Although slim at first glance, the book holds approximately 70 graph-ruled memo pages for note-taking at the end of the book.
The thin, light paper, called Tomoe River paper, is strong, resistant to bleeding, and allows ink to dispense smoothly across the paper.
Sold separately is the decorative Clear Cover that can instantly change the look of your cover while protecting it from the elements.
When you order this Hobonichi Techo Weeks, you’ll receive a clear, adhesive corner pocket and a mini-size fold-out Hobonichi Japan Railway Map 2019.
Thin, light Tomoe River paper resistant to bleeding and designed for planners.
Shorthand Note-Taking / Graph Paper / Using Common Items to Measure Size / Solar Terms / Tips on Living Life in a Good Mood / Breakfast around the World / Introduction to Reading Classical Literature / Emergency Preparedness / Conversion Chart / Useful Links / Age Table / Contact List / Personal Notes
Week of the year / Rokuyo (traditional Japanese calendar) / Solar terms / Japanese holidays / Moon phase (weekly pages include every phase, monthly calendars only include full and new moon)