Midori Traveler’s Notebooks

Each carboard box closes with an elastic and can be used to store spare inserts, elastics, charms and instructions.

Each carboard box closes with an elastic and can be used to store spare inserts, elastics, charms and instructions.

Camel Star Edition on left with charm on bookmark and charm on closure elastic.

Camel Star Edition on left with charm on bookmark and charm on closure elastic. Full size brown on right (is going to be a gift for someone). It is much bigger than I thought it would be.

Back view

Back view. The passport size easily accommodates two of my passports and a zipped pocket/credit card holder. It may hold a passport-sized notebook but no more than that.

Star Edition passport notebook, ticket on Star Ferry (valid until 31 December 2013)

Star Edition passport notebook, ticket on Star Ferry (valid until 31 December 2013)

Cotton storage/carrying pouches

Cotton storage/carrying pouches

The leather is sturdy and will be durable. Easily scuffed but the more battered these things look, the better. It is easy to add extra inserts using spare elastics (but remember to buy these when you buy your notebook). Attaching charms is also pretty straightforward. The nice thing about this system is that there is no right or wrong way to do it. All that matters is that it works for you.

Basic instructions come with the notebooks but there is a plethora of videos out there to help. Take this one for example:

I got these from The Journal Shop – they have free shipping and parcels arrive blisteringly fast – door to door in three days for me.



Categories: Filofaxes and other ring organisers, Midori and other Traveler's Notebooks

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7 replies

  1. Nice! I was eyeing the star ferry edition from the journal shop as well, but have heard mixed things about their service so am nervous…

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  2. See, you have really enabled me now Janet! 🙂

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