The Kuretake "MEIJI NO IRO" series is a beautiful selection of colored inks which were inspired by popular colors from the Meiji era of Japan. The Meiji era is an era of Japanese history which extended from 1868 to 1912. Each color has a history that originates from that era. You can now enjoy using this ink, and be reminded of the old days of Japan.

In the late Meiji era, new colors were born with the creation of chemical dyes. "Shimbashi" is the name of a place found in Tokyo. The bright, bluish-green color was popular among "Geisha" in Shimbashi as it was fashionable and trendy.

The inks can be used with fountain pens, glass pens, dip pens, Kuretake Karappo-pens, and more. Beautiful design in a characteristic ink bottle. Contains 20 ml of ink. Made in Japan.


Ink color: Shimbashi-Iro
Contents: 20 ml

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Kuretake ink-cafe Meji No Iro Ink - 20 ml - Shimbashi-Iro

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  • Brand: Kuretake
  • Product Code: ECF060-533
  • Availability: In Stock
  • € 13.49
  • Ex Tax: € 11.15