Kyo-no-oto Fountain Pen Ink / Seiheki
"Kyo no Oto" is a series of writing inks that reproduce traditional Japanese colors that have been used since the Heian period with modern techniques and interpretations. Each color features a unique name and story.
A muted blue-green color. The name of the color is derived from the ancient Chinese jade stone "Seiheki", and it was used habitually for clothing and accessories. In ancient times, it was used as the color of the clothes of monks and nuns.
Water-based fine pigment ink
Application: Dip pen, writing brush, fountain pen
This is a dye ink developed independently by TAG STATIONERY and Kyoto Kusaki Dye Laboratory, which consists of dyeing and weaving experts.
It is a characteristic ink that makes use of the gradation of light and shade using the bleeding characteristic of dyes.
Due to the sedimentary nature of this product we do not recommend you leave in your fountain pen for prolonged periods of non-use and do not recommend for use in vintage fountain pens with fine feed systems.
For more inks from the Kyoto Ink brand; https://www.stickerrificstore.com/kyoto-ink