Kyoto Ink - Kyo-no-oto #10 - Ochiguriiro
Ochiguri means a fallen chestnut on the ground. This beautiful brown is a blackish coal like color first, and it turns into a tannish chestnut brown after shading. In the tale of Genji, a classic piece of Japanese literature from the Heian period (11th century), ochiguri is described as a popular brown color used for ladies' kimonos.
// Traditional Japanese colours
// Water based ink
// 40 ml
// Made in Kyoto, Japan
Made in Kyoto according to traditional Japanese dyeing techniques dating back to the Heian era (roughly 1000 years ago), these beautiful water-based fountain pen inks are a pleasure to write with as well as the expression of a rich ancient history.