After many years of customer requests for a Hobonichi Plain Notebook, Hobonichi released a plain graph notebook with the same look and feel of an undated Hobonichi Techo. Over the years, many artists have collaborated to created unique covers for this handy notebook.
“Who is it?” depicts cats noticing the sound of a guest that has come to their house and staring at the front door from the room door and even from outside the window. Are the cats in a welcoming mood, or are they trying to see if they can let the guest inside? A unique scene from their daily life is rendered with a warm touch of oil pastel. The back cover is as red as the door, with Keiko Shibata’s autograph printed.
The Tomoe River paper is the same thin, durable paper as that used in the Hobonichi Techo. This allows the 288-page book to stay at a mere 10mm 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 72 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 is A5 size, which makes it compatible with any of the Cousin’s Hobonichi Techo covers. The notebook is also a great supplement to the Hobonichi Techo, or simply a slim notebook to keep by your side for filling with lots of writings or drawings.
- 240 pages
- 3.7mm grid
- Also available in A6