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Kyoto Ink

Born from a collaboration between stationery shop TAG and Kyoto Kusakubi Laboratory (a specialist in colour dyes), these inks are made in Kyoto following traditional Japanese dyeing techniques dating back to the Heian era. Expressing a rich ancient history dating back over 1000 years, these beautiful water-based inks are a joy to write with.

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Kyoto Ink - Kyo-no-oto #01 - Nurebario
£19.95
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.
Kyoto Ink - Kyo-no-oto #02 - Imayouiro
£19.95
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.
Kyoto Ink - Kyo-no-oto #03  -  Kokoiro
£19.95
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.
Kyoto Ink - Kyo-no-oto #04 - Yamabuiiro
£19.95
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.
Kyoto Ink - Kyo-no-oto #05 - Aonibi
£19.95
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.
Kyoto Ink - Kyo-no-oto #06 - Adzukiiro
£19.95
Adzukiiro one of the gorgeous fountain pen ink colours from Kyoto Ink. The name means 'colour of red beans', and refers to the tradition of using red beans and rice as an essential part of Japanese religious ceremonies. This beautiful red-purple fountain pen ink is water-based and an absolute pleasure to write with. Each bottle contains 40ml. Made in Kyoto.
Kyoto Ink - Kyo-no-oto #07 - Hisoko
£19.95
Hisoku is one of the gorgeous fountain pen ink colours from Kyoto Ink. The name means 'colour of mysterious beauty'; the beautiful, subtle light blue colour resembles the delicate colour of Celadon pottery. This fountain pen ink is water-based and an absolute pleasure to write with. Each bottle contains 40ml. Made in Kyoto.
Kyoto Ink - Kyo-no-oto #08 - Mogiiro
£19.95
Moegiiro is a dull yellow-green reminiscent of a fresh green sprout in early spring. In the Heian era, it was particularly fashionable as the colour of youngsters. In the tales of Heike, The prince of Heike, Taira no Atsumori, and the Kyudo (Japanese archery) master, Nasuno Yoichi, wear armours painted moegiiro as a symbol of young warriors.
Kyoto Ink - Kyo-no-oto #09 - Sakuranezumi
£19.95
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.
Kyoto Ink - Kyo-no-oto #10 - Ochiguriiro
£19.95
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.
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