Designed to make a lasting impression, our high-end premium calendars bring the wow-factor to every user. Designs for these calendars include famous Japanese scenery, world renown Japanese art, and meditative images of Japanese tea gardens. Todan USA's film calendars are also part of the Premium collection, featuring beautiful images printed on high-quality film paper. These calendars are not printed with holidays; holiday stickers are sold separately to allow users to mark holidays and special events.
TOHAN DX "JAPAN" (FILM)
This longtime bestseller has been a hit since it's product launch over 50 years ago. Featuring beautiful Japanese scenery on Todan's stunning film paper.
TOHAN DX "ILLUMINATION" (FILM)
For the city-lover, this calendar features photos of famous cities around the world illuminated at night. Printed on film, watch as the city comes to life!
Depicting Japan's many "faces" throughout each season, this calendar depicts Japan's distinct four seasons of winter, spring, summer, and fall.
These stickers are perfect for using with our Premium line to mark events and holidays. Note: our premium calendars do not come with printed holidays.
TOHAN DX "POETIC SCENERY" (FILM)
Japanese landscapes are captured poetically in this calendar. Printed on film, experience each photo as if you were there in person.
Stunning images of Japan are featured in this calendar. Larger font and monthly indicators (on left-hand side) make this a functional calendar.
FOUR SEASONS OF JAPAN
This Japanese seasonal images calendar is practical with an easy-tear seam on each page. E.g. you can tear off Janusary to see Feb & March on the same page!
TOHAN DX "THE GARDEN" (FILM)
A perfect gift for zen garden lovers - this calendar features famous Japanese tea gardens. Printed on film, the tranquility of these gardens are brought to life.
Looking for classic images of Japan? Look no further - this calendar features truly iconic Japanese scenery, each image depicting beautiful seasonal changes.
This calendar features artwork by Hasui Kawase, a prominent print designer of the 20th century, known for his traditional images painted with a modern flair.