Wouldn’t it be nice if you could carry a calendar to anywhere you go? Surely, it would – as you no more have to depend on your smartphone for this simple task. The guys from Japanese stationery shop icco nico has created the Harukoyomi (Sticking Calendar), a very clever line of printed masking tape that can transform any notebook or a piece of plain paper into an organized calendar.
The Sticking Calendar measures 18.5 centimeters (which is enough for more than four years worth of planning) to paste a month’s worth i.e. from 1 to 31. They’ve released two types of duct tapes with dates and weekdays printed on the see-through tape.
It allows you to create one week calendar or any period you need. This means you just have to paste the tape on a page of your notebook, and you’re sorted for the month to organize your daily or weekly tasks. There are also other types of masking tapes with bullet points printed on them. These duct tapes can be used to remind you of some important tasks for each day.