Jibun Techo Goods - Underlay
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This shitajiki is...
This shitajiki is designed to fit perfectly in an A5 Slim Kokuyo Jibun Techo Planner booklet and features a tab marked "Today" so that you can use it as a bookmark. It is printed with a 5 mm grid pattern and has a 20 cm ruler on one edge.
Measures 13,3 x 21 cm
Features a 5 mm grid pattern and a 20cm ruler
Weighs 12 gr
For A5 Slim Jibun Techo
Kokuyo Jibun Techo Diary x Misc-store Amsterdam
At Misc-store Amsterdam we have included the Kokuyo Jibun Techo diary since 2020. We started with their Jibun Techo Biz and First Kit, and our customers where thrilled with the addition. We decided to expand the collection with more colors and the original Kokuyo Jibun Techo Goods.
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Founded in 1905, Kokuyo quickly became the industry leader in paper products — from account books to letter paper, forms and notebooks.
In 1960, Kokuyo ventured into a transition “from paper to metal”, producing their first filing cabinet. With the economy of that day and age — increasing complexity of administration x economic growth — there was a growing demand for know-how and office supplies to manage the ever-mounting pile of paperwork effectively.
Over the years, Kokuyo has developed various products that enrich lives. That feeling when you open up a fresh new notebook and see the blank page. That feeling when you put pen to paper and let the ideas flow out. Whether through stationery, furniture, or spatial design, Kokuyo strives to unleash people's inner creativity.
Creation is an expression of uniqueness. Bringing out people’s individuality contributes toward a better future. Kokuyo continues to stimulate people’s inner creativity to bring out their uniqueness.
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