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Coral & Ink

Japanese Sakura A5 Journal Planner

Japanese Sakura A5 Journal Planner

Precio habitual £12.99 GBP
Precio habitual Precio de oferta £12.99 GBP
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£2.99 (orders under £5 have a reduced rate of 99p)

FREE for orders over £25


Ranges from £9.99-£19.99 depending on the weight of your parcel

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Rest of the World

Ranges from £9.99-£19.99 depending on the weight of your parcel

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We have a 14-day return policy, which means you have 14 days after receiving your item to request a return, after 14 days a refund is not possible. After your request has been accepted you have another 14 days to return the item to us, in the original packaging, at your own cost.

Super adorable Japanese Spring time themed planners.

They make the ideal school, or general, planner as they come with a mix of different designed pages, from monthly and weekly spread, to plain decorated pages and so much more!

Each cover features an adorable Japanese scene with cute cats and sakura cherry blossom so they are sure to put a smile on your face.

They also have a magnetic closure to prevent the book opening in your bag and a pink ribbon bookmark to mark your page.

Approx dimensions:
128mm x 188mm
128 pages
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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Roxie Moulton

Loved the planner, I like how every page is different from the previous page which makes it enjoyable to write in, I Will definitely be ordering again

Cute little planner

I bought the train track design

Information about the planner:
- 8 monthly spreads
- 1 weekly spread per month
- 10 daily spreads per month
- 12 other pages (mix of dotted and plain with images) per month
Most pages have some sort of illustration on them, they are faded slightly so they aren't super distracting and you can write over e.g. the little petals on pages very easily if you don't want to go around them. The illustrations are very cute and charming.

Pen testing:
From the pens I own the planner paper is completely fine with (no feathering, or visible marks on the opposite side) ball point pens, fountain pens, the brush pens Coral and Ink also sell, and highlighters. The paper feels thinner than you would expect to be able to cope with a lot of ink, but it is very good quality.

I find that there is plenty of space per month for me, and plenty of space to write out plans in the monthly spreads too. As there are also dotted and plain paper (+ cute illustrations) pages, there is also space for you to add in extra days or to write packing lists/plans, etc. The planner opens out very flat and is therefore easy to write in. There is a nice little ribbon for you too keep the page, and a magnet to hold it shut. I am very much enjoying using it and will most likely get another when this one is full