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Hi,

I am wondering if anyone knows of a perpetual diary made with Tomoe River paper. There is a company in Australia that makes one, however shipping just costs too much to make it worth it, so I am looking for one made in the US.

 

Thanks

 

http://www.bookbindersonline.com.au/collections/notebooks-journals-tomoe-river-paper/products/3-year-diary-perpetual-diary-journal-by-midori

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Hi,

I am wondering if anyone knows of a perpetual diary made with Tomoe River paper. There is a company in Australia that makes one, however shipping just costs too much to make it worth it, so I am looking for one made in the US.

 

Thanks

 

http://www.bookbindersonline.com.au/collections/notebooks-journals-tomoe-river-paper/products/3-year-diary-perpetual-diary-journal-by-midori

 

You could use any Tomoe River notebook that had 21 or more lines per page and just limit yourself to 7 lines per day. A Seven Seas Writer would have enough lines (A5 size, 7mm lines) for you to use one line for the date, each of the 3 years, and still have 7 lines of content. Tomoe River paper.

 

Out of stock at the moment but he'll get more: http://www.nanamipaper.com/products/copy-of-seven-seas-writer-a5-journal-3rd-edition-1.html

 

Also, those may seem expensive, but page for page, they're comparable or cheaper than any other name-brand FP friendly notebook.

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I believe the Hobonichi Techo planners are also made with Tomoe River paper. They are very popular and sell out fast. Good luck.

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Did you get yours yet? I've been using mine for a while and I really like the free-form format.

Yes...I like it better than the Hobonichi, because there are few wasted pages--I don't use a lot of the pages in the front with the compressed calenders.. The Hobonichi covers fit the Stalogy, too. So I will probably order three more of them fairly soon. They are perfect for what I do. And I love the fact that the grid just drops out, much more so than the Hobonichi.

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It's not perpetual....but if you can't find something perpetual, be sure to give these a look. I have used a lot of journals over the years, and like most of us I have a box or three of unused journals in my closet, but once found Design-Y the search was over. Not cheap, but worth it.

 

http://design-y.near-mint.com/eprecord.html

Oh, great, another obsession.

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