Midori Traveller’s notebook; Pan Am edition

Midori Travellers Notebook, Pan Am edition. I used to fly Pan Am, back in the 80’s…
Clear zipper pocket- ideal for stashing those tiny Filofax (Hobonichi!) stickers.
Post- it notes always come in handy
Midori Craft envelopes. Plain paper insert pictured on right.

Midori Passport size notebook

Although I prefer the look of the larger Pan Am edition MTN, I actually find the passport size far more useful.  For one, I never forget where my passport is, I can stash Euro’s in there way in advance for those emergency airport taxi’s, i can keep tickets and other sundry items, and its very pocketable, much lighter, and mine has a leather pen loop too.  The great thing about these travellers notebooks is that you can add or takeaway as much as you want.  It doesn’t sound that useful, but once you have it, you find it becomes indispensable.  Those over- priced plastic inserts are especially useful.  I wouldn’t bother with the fake- midi incepts that people make at home and sell on easy.  They don’t look quite right and don’t fit quite right, so I wouldn’t bother.

As printed on the back, these are actually made in Thailand, not Japan.
Here featuring my pen loop and Pilot Custom 823