Hobonichi 2022 Weeks Bow & Tie: Wasshoi! [JPN/Wallet-Size/Jan Start]
The Bow & Tie series is covered with the same textured, shiny fabric used in neckties. The gloss and soft touch of the material makes this series stand out from other Weeks books.
Wasshoi! has a salmon pink background with icons of traditional comical masks featured in Japanese festivals. These mask designs include a young woman (okame), a silly man (hyottoko), and a fox (kitsune).
Hobonichi recently moved to a new office building in Kanda, which is now closer to Japanese festivals in the area. This prompted the design of Wasshoi!, which is named after the chant used by groups carrying a portable shrine, called a mikoshi. You can almost hear the sound of the flutes and taiko drums when looking at this fun design. Look closely at the cover and you’ll see mikoshi scattered throughout.
The cover has been constructed as a light, hardcover book with some give to it so it still bends.
When you order this Hobonichi Techo Weeks, you’ll receive a clear, adhesive corner pocket you can stick anywhere you like.
- Weeks Book (Japanese / January Start)
Language Japanese Pages 240 pages Paper Type / Binding Thin, light Tomoe River paper resistant to bleeding and designed for planners / Stitch-binding Graph Paper Size 3.55 mm Start of Week Monday-start week Yearly Calendar 2021, 2022, 2023 Yearly Index Jan. - Dec. 2022 (2 pages) Monthly Calendar Dec. 2021 - Mar. 2023 (32 pages) Daily Quotes One per week (Japanese) Weekly Calendar Nov. 29, 2021 - Jan. 1, 2023 (114 pages)
*All weekly pages include quotes.
Graph Paper 71 pages Informational Pages Shorthand Note-Taking / Graph Paper / Using Common Items to Measure Size / My 100 / Solar Terms / Hobonichi Techo Usage Ideas / Stretches for Deep Sleep and Waking Up / Emergency Preparedness / Age Table / Conversion Chart / Getting the most of Hobonichi / Contact List / Personal Notes
Listed Information Week of the year / Rokuyo (traditional Japanese calendar) / Solar terms / Japanese holidays / Moon phase (weekly pages include every phase, monthly calendars only include full and new moon)