The Midori Traveler’s Notebook is one of those things you end up coveting when you’re into fountain pens, typewriters and other analog means of organizing your thoughts. I first saw the standard size version reviewed on Black Cover. Pictured above is the passport-sized one, in brown. It’s small and handy enough to fit into any handbag. I found the larger version to be rather long and narrow for my taste.
I tested my pens and inks on a back page. While you can see the writing on the other side, there is absolutely no feathering or bleedthrough of ink.
You can fit two refills on the existing elastic. To fit more refills/accessories in the Midori Traveler’s Notebook, check out the tips on the Scription blog.
I bought the Midori Traveler’s Notebook from Scribe Writing Essentials (3/F Eastwood Mall, Quezon City). I believe they are the exclusive distributors of Midori products (including refills and accessories) in the Philippines. It’s a little pricey, but I think it’s worth it, being real leather and handsome-looking.
I am not affiliated with Scribe Writing Essentials except as a customer.
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