Too bad it’s only in Japanese 😦
This is a neat idea. I like the minimal structure of the page and format. You can decide how you want to enter your appointments and to-do’s into the loose and simplistic structure. And yet, it still provides you with enough structure to think accordingly.
But … one must ask, why don’t I just buy a cheap plain/blank notebook and draw in my own sundial?
Muji also has a version, check it out here: http://www.muji.us/store/stationery/schedulers/chronotebook-am-pm-scheduler.html
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