Your planner (we call it a “techo” in Japanese) stays in your life for the whole year or longer. It’s where you jot down ideas, make notes, look back at the past. All this activity takes place on a stage called “paper.”
The JIBUN_TECHO is made with KOKUYO original papers that are firm and smooth to write on. And because they’re designed to be carried around, they’re very lightweight. Having listened carefully to the needs expressed by our users, we created the JIBUN_TECHO notebook range using KOKUYO original papers we call “THIN” and “MIO.”
THIN PAPER／MIO PAPER
JIBUN_TECHO planners are made using two kinds of paper.
Special features of THIN paper
Stays flat even when you rub out erasable ballpoint ink
Comparable with Tomoe River paper in terms of lightness
Kokuyo THIN Paper is a lightweight yet durable paper developed specifically for the Jibun Techo. Compared to conventional papers such as the Tomoe River brand, it has low show-through so writing on both sides is not a problem. It resists warping even when you rub out writing with hard erasers on erasable pens.
Notebooks made using THIN paper
Special features of MIO paper
Lets your handwriting flow easily
With a smoothness that lets your writing flow easily, this paper is perfect for anyone who does a lot of handwriting. A KOKUYO original paper, MIO is so smooth and supple, it’s a joy to write on. If you cram a lot of writing into your notebooks, this is the right paper for you. Ink dries quickly on the paper preventing any unwanted smearing.