Japan’s Iijima Atsuhiko and Miho Hashimoto set up their company in 2006 under the brand name Midori after winning second prize in a design competition. The design they chose to present their A5 notebook in rawhide did not exist in their region at the time, which is why they decided to develop this product.
The couple then came up with two formats for their notebooks: the passport and the traveler, two practical formats that can be taken everywhere, including when travelling. At the same time, the two designers changed the name of their company to Traveler’s company.
Committed to quality, craftsmanship and authenticity, they entrust the manual production of their notebooks to the small factory in Chiang Mai, Thailand. The paper is Japanese.
The simplicity of the leather notebook gives its owner complete freedom to personalise it with the paper they want, as well as all the accessories Traveler’s has to offer. Over time, the leather, which is extremely strong, will develop a patina and become imprinted with the experiences and memories of its owner, making it unique.