Hobonichi Techo is a wildly-popular brand of agendas from Japan. The Tomoe River agendas are paired with covers in a variety of colors, materials, and styles, as well as three main sizes.
The original A6-size page-per-day planner, called the Techo, comes with an English-language agenda. The larger A5 Cousin size is only available in Japanese, but the days of the week, month names, and other organizational info is in English (the main aspects that are in Japanese are the quotes on the bottom of each page). Both the Techo and the Cousin are sold as paired paperback agendas and covers, and clear PVC "Cover on Covers" are available to protect your cover from wear and tear.
For both the A6 and A5 size, Hobonichi has a few variations on the classic agenda (sold separately from the covers). The split-year Avec agenda allows you to divide the year into two slimmer planners without having to carry both around. The Day-Free is a planner without dates that allows for more flexibility. The 5-Year Agenda is a long-term journal perfect for documenting a long span of time or sharing among family members. Click here to shop all Hobonichi 2021 agenda books.
The Weeks is a wallet-sized bound book organized around the week (whereas the Techo and Cousin have a page-per-day layout) and sold as a standalone book. The Weeks Mega has three times the number of blank graph pages at the end for journaling, doodling, or jotting down notes. There are also zip-up covers and clear plastic PVC covers available to protect your Weeks from wear and tear.
Hobonichi offers a number of accessories, from stamps to memo pads, available for your Hobonichi agenda.