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Hobonichi Techo Cousin And Techo Planner 2018 !


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The Hobonichi Techo planner and Techo Cousin arrive in October. New in Europe are the Techo Cousin A5 planners. Although this planner is printed in the Japanese language it is easy to use by anyone in the world. Something new to enjoy, Catherine.

http://www.sakurafountainpengallery.com/en/boutique/hobonichi-notaboekjes-amp-papier.

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Catherine Van Hove

www.sakurafountainpengallery.com

 

Koning Albertstraat 72b - 3290 DIest - Belgium

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Hi Catherine,

 

I have been hearing rumors that a 5-year planner will be released. If so, will you be stocking it?

 

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Hello Liston, Hobonichi decides what they release for retailers in the world. Previously we only could offer the Techo Planners and this year the Techo Cousin joined the worldwide sales. If there is enough demand for the 5 year planner PERHAPS Hobonichi will offer it via the world retailers.

Catherine Van Hove

www.sakurafountainpengallery.com

 

Koning Albertstraat 72b - 3290 DIest - Belgium

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This is the first I'm hearing of the five year book. I guess you're referring to this one: http://www.1101.com/store/techo/en/magazine/2018/yokoku/2017-08-27.html

 

Looks interesting. I have a ten-year journal, but the paper is not so great. A five year Journal with tomoe river paper would be nice. It's a real commitment to keep up with these multi-year journals though--I haven't kept up with mine. Nonetheless, I'd be very tempted by one if these if it were available in the U.S.

 

Oh - I just noticed it is A6. I think A5 would be a better size for a five-year journal.

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