accounting books

accounting books, often called daifuku cho, were popular in Japan during the Edo period (1603-1868). besides serving as transaction ledgers, they were used as travel journals. 

although they are made according to Master Craftsman Kojiro Ikegami’s instructions, they are prepared as a hybrid between daifuku cho and ledgers with Yamato binding.

our accounting books are made with Aiko’s kozo paper, bound with hemp cord, and covered in fabric.

please specify paper color during checkout.

20 pages
4 in. X 9 in. 

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