Produced in Kyoto according to traditional Japanese dyeing techniques dating back to the Heian era between 794 and 1185 (roughly 1000 years ago) these beautiful water-based fountain pen inks are a pleasure to write with as well as being an expression of a rich ancient history.
The Kyoto Fountain Pen Ink range has two lines KYO-NO-OTO meaning 'sounds of Kyoto' and KYO-IRO which is a traditional vegetable-based ink. Both ink types have superb properties with virtually no bleeding, feathering or show-through.
40ml glass bottle in cardboard box
Hisoku - a steel blue-green