Hobonichi Can You See What I See? Circus A6 Size Book & Cover Set (English)

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Can You See What I See? Circus Book & Cover Set (English)
(fits Planner and Original) Hobonichi Techo 2019 Planner


Can You See What I See? Hobonichi Circus A6 Size (fits Planner and Original)

The Can You See What I See? cover series features images from the hit children’s book series by Walter Wick. Mountains of buttons, old robots, shelves overflowing with toys, and vast and creepy castles all harbor hidden secrets waiting to be discovered.
The Can You See What I See? Hobonichi cover series features images from the hit children’s book series by Walter Wick. Mountains of buttons, old robots, shelves overflowing with toys, and vast and creepy castles all harbor hidden secrets waiting to be discovered.

The A6 size Hobonichi Techo cover contains an all-over print of a bustling circus from the book Can You See What I See?
The A6 size Hobonichi Techo cover contains an all-over print of a bustling circus from the book Can You See What I See?: Toyland Express. The picture fills out the circus theme with a circus tent, Ferris wheel, clowns, giraffes, elephants, zebras, and more.

The A6 size Hobonichi Techo cover contains an all-over print of a bustling circus from the book Can You See What I See?: Toyland Express. The picture fills out the circus theme with a circus tent, Ferris wheel, clowns, giraffes, elephants, zebras, and more.
Included with the techo cover is a card with a riddle like those featured in the books. The riddle, written by Walter Wick, is included in English alongside the Japanese translation by Shigesato Itoi, who translated the series into Japanese. Open up your cover to see the full photo and enjoy the beloved picture puzzle.

Included with the techo cover is a card with a riddle like those featured in the books. The riddle, written by Walter Wick, is included in English alongside the Japanese translation by Shigesato Itoi, who translated the series into Japanese. Open up your cover to see the full photo and enjoy the beloved picture puzzle.

The card pocket in the interior of the cover features the book series’ mascot, Seymour. The charming bookmark strings have neat little building blocks at the ends.

The card pocket in the interior of the cover features the book series’ mascot, Seymour. The charming bookmark strings have neat little building blocks at the ends.
About Can You See What I See?
This smash hit book series, started in the United States as I Spy! in 1991,
features a line of intricate hidden object picture puzzles and accompanying riddles. The series also made a splash in Japan, and the books, created by Walter Wick, were translated by Shigesato Itoi. Now you can enjoy this nostalgic series all over again!

 

Specifications

Cover

Size A6 size
W: 117 x H: 165 x T: 20 mm / W: 4.6" x H: 6.5" x T: 0.8"
*Excluding pen holders
*Specifications may vary slightly
Weight Approx. 81 g
Main material Polyester


Book (Planner / English / January Start) 

♥ To learn more about Hobonichi Techo Planner 2019, click here.

Monthly calendar  The graph paper design is lightly printed to make it easier to write in your plans and take notes in an even line. The calendar is printed in charcoal gray and a striking red for a refreshing design.

 

Size

A6 size
W: 105 x H: 148 x T: 14 mm / W: 4.1" x H: 5.9" x T: 0.6"
*Actual book size may vary slightly
Weight Approx. 200 g
Language English
Pages 448 pages
Binding Stitch-binding
Paper Type Thin, light Tomoe River paper resistant to bleeding and designed for planners.
Graph Paper Size 4 mm
Yearly Calendar 2019, 2020
Yearly Index Dec. 2018 - Mar. 2020 (8 pages)
Monthly Calendar Dec. 2018 - Mar. 2020 (32 pages)
Daily Pages Jan. 1 - Dec. 31, 2019 (377 pages)
*A blank two-page spread is featured at the very beginning of the book to provide
a free area when starting out the book.
*A page is included at the beginning of each month to help in planning ahead.
*Every two-page daily page spread includes one daily quote.
Daily Quotes One quote per two-page spread (English)
Weekly Pages Not included
Memo Pages 12 pages
Informational Pages Important Contacts / International Size Charts / Conversion Table /Highlights of the Calendar Year in Japan / Traditional Japanese Household Items / Junishi: The Japanese Zodiac / A World of Traditional Sweets / International Country Codes / Dialling Codes / National Holidays / Personal Notes
Listed Information Day of the year / Week of the year (listed on monthly calendars and daily pages)
/ Moon phase (daily pages include every phase, monthly calendars only include full and new moon)
The planner features a format with a page devoted to each day. There’s lots of open space to plan the day ahead and enjoy recording your memories and activities. Think of the pages as containers for random ideas, with a clear record of the date. Paste magazine clippings, ticket stubs and photos to make the techo something completely unique – your imagination is the only limit.

Please Read Before You Buy
Photographer Styled Images: Kosuke Matsuki / Product Detail: Hiroyuki Oe
Stylist Maiko Akiyama (Props) (http://sound-of.net/prop) / Toshihiko Kuwabara (Costumes)
Makeup & Hair Risa Fukushima
Model Leo S (FreeWave)