[5ml Sample Size] Kyo-no-oto Fountain Pen Ink
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Kyo-No-Oto and Kyo-Iro fountain pen inks are made in Kyoto, Japan using traditional dyeing techniques. The colours are inspired by famous and fascinating places in Kyoto which are the expression of its rich history and profound culture for a long time.
Kyo-No-Oto (京の音) 5ml Bottle Ink Sample
NO.1 濡羽色 – Nurebairo
‘Nurebairo’ has been used to represent women’s glossy black hair, which is like the crow’s feather.
NO.2 今様色 – Imayouiro
‘Imayouiro’ is a safflower red that is popular during the Heian era. According to Japanese ancestors, it was a ‘modern colour’ and had been preferred by women.
NO.3 苔色 – Kokeiro
‘Kokeiro’ is a colour that is inspired by one of the Japanese aesthetics ‘Wabisabi’. It can be seen in the garden of Kyoto where you can catch a glimpse of Kyoto’s profound culture.
NO.4 山吹色 – Yamabukiiro
‘Yamabuki’ is the plant, Rosaceae, from the rose family. This is a gold tinged brilliant colour and has been used since ancient times.
NO.5 青鈍 – Aonibi
Moon floating in the dark sky, the Kyoto city with silent moonlight. ‘Aonibi’ is the combined colour between pale black and indigo. It represents the sacred atmosphere.
Each series has 5 colours.
Size: 5ml ink sample repacked by Stickerrific in a leak-proof plastic vial.