The TRAVELER'S Company collection is as deep as it is thought-out. While many designers are content to offer just a few simple solutions, TRAVELER’S Company provides a whole suite. A TRAVELER’S Notebook lets you discover what is useful to your own life. Every detail, from the paper production to the dyeing of the leather, has been considered to ensure the elegance and durability of your notebook.
A feel for the material
TRAVELER’S Company works with just a handful of different materials: leather, brass, and paper. If given the proper care, both brass and leather will age and become more beautiful through use. The paper is elegant and sturdy, and resists feathering and distortion from ink.
We were the first store outside of Japan to stock TRAVELER’S Notebook, and we’re proud to be the home of TRAVELER’S Company in the Netherlands. Come and visit our store to see the full collection of TRAVELER’S Notebook in Amsterdam, or buy TRAVELER’S Notebook online.
What's the difference between Midori and TRAVELER'S Company?
In 2015, TRAVELER’S Company was devolved from their parent company, Midori, so that TRAVELER’S Notebook fans around the world can find the notebooks that they were looking for more easily. Midori notebooks, the everyday notebooks made with high-quality Japanese paper, are available here.
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Misc Store supports
climate change solutions &
plants a tree for every order
Importing from countries as far as Japan & shipping worldwide has more of an impact than we would like. That is why we plant a tree for every order + we plant an additional 2 trees each day.
Furthermore, we offset the individual carbon footprint of our staff, including travel per individual under 8,000 km by car or 2 short-haul return flights annually, by funding climate change solutions through Ecologi.
A selection of these climate projects are shown here.
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Climate projects supported by Misc Store
Using waste biomass to produce electricity in Chile