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Hobonichi minä perhonen / path: Camel Weeks (Cover Only)

Original price MYR 730.00 - Original price MYR 730.00
Original price
MYR 730.00
MYR 730.00 - MYR 730.00
Current price MYR 730.00

*Weeks planner book sold separately.

minä perhonen creates timeless, all-original garment textiles that are specially dyed, embroidered, and woven to recreate hand-drawn designs.

Embroidered flowers line a path in minä perhonen’s path textile. Look closely and you’ll see all the minute and unique details in each flower, made with a mix of plump, round embroidery and fine lines.

Although path is already a popular design, minä perhonen has created this new colorway especially for the Hobonichi Techo. The Weeks cover has a caramel-colored tint reminiscent of the sunlight bathing the path, and the embroidery is a refreshing green and gentle pink.
The daring use of corduroy, with its extra-fine construction, gives this cover a wonderful feel in your hands. The embroidery has been rearranged to fit the flowers along the long and thin shape of the Weeks cover.

The cover has a gray faux leather interior with a pen hook designed to hold a pen by its clip.

The zipper pull is made with natural leather and includes a butterfly charm.

When you walk your own daily path with this cover, its expressive, cheerful embroidered flowers will keep your days bright.

About minä perhonen

minä perhonen is a fashion brand created by designer Akira Minagawa. 
First founded in 1995 under the name minä, and renamed "minä perhonen" in 2003. In Finnish, “minä” means “I,” and“perhonen” means “butterfly,” expressing Minagawa’s hopes to create designs as light-hearted and beautiful as a butterfly’s flapping wings.


W: 124 x H: 213 x T: 30 mm / W: 4.9" x H: 8.4" x T: 1.2"
*Excluding zipper pull
*Specifications may vary slightly

Main material Exterior: Cotton
Interior: Polyurethane Faux Leather
Leather parts: Cow leather


All covers are hand-made and may contain slight variances

Each and every cover is individually sewn by a factory worker hand-operating a sewing machine. Best efforts are made to ensure consistent sizes and specifications, but there may be slight differences.

Note: 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.