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Takahashi Techo No. 50 Planner 2018

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This is basically a smaller version of the Takahashi No. 102 featured on the Cafe B6 page. Its dimensions are close to the A6.

Takahashi Books is one of the most well-known planner brands in Japan. Nearly every stationery shop, larger or small, will have at least a few versions. The mega stores like Maruzen and Itoya carry the entire line, which requires a big display by itself.

This No. 50 has a clean, simple layout for all views (see pics). It also has a habit tracker, which is a rare find in a planner. Size-wise it's a perfect companion for the Cafe Note A6. Thus, if you're interested in a planner for planning and a notebook for note-taking, this Takahashi No. 50 and Cafe Note A6 is an ideal combination.

The paper, which is a proprietary formula used only by Takahashi (yes, they are THAT big), is also very very good. For fountain pens, it's not quite as compatible as Tomoe River, but if you have the type of job or life where things are constantly in flux, you probably use a pencil or Frixion pen anyway. Plus the paper is a bit thicker than Tomoe River and lends itself well to constant writing, erasing and re-writing. This is, in short, a serious tool for little else but planning, and here at nanamipaper.com, we like serious tools.



  • 150x95mm (with cover), 10mm thick, 134g
  • Black PVC cover, removable



  • Multi-Year calendars
  • Year spread on two pages
  • Months on a single page
  • Weeks on singles page (Monday on top)
  • Lined page to the right of Week view for notes
  • Habit Tracker for each month
  • Cream Paper


It is bound in a removable vinyl cover, so you never have to buy a separate cover.

Made in Japan.


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  1. Great paper and layout 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 12th Jan 2018

    This cover included, very professional looking planner is slightly narrower than the A6 cafe notebook and fits perfectly in the zipper pocket of my handbag. Comparing it to my Hobo Weeks, which it is replacing, I somehow am able to include more information and that's without teeny tiny writing. I do use F fountain pen nibs or 0.3 to 0.5mm gel pens because a thicker line would be ridiculously inefficient. I'm in love with this paper, which is opaque (no ghosting) and incredibly fountain pen friendly. (Only the Pilot Parallel resulted in bleed-thru.) I record appointments, expenses and short notes quite easily. Very well thought-out planner.