Genchi inkstick ( Light purplish black with sesami seed oil 玄螭 げんち ) -

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** SIZE W:Width, L:Length, T:Thickness, Wgt:Weight

Size: 1.0 (W:20mm L:77mm T:9mm Wgt:30gram)

Genchi inkstick ( Light purplish black with sesami seed oil 玄螭 げんち ) -

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1.0 (W:20mm L:77mm T:9mm Wgt:30gram)
Price
¥14,300JPY
2.0 (W:25mm L:95mm T:11mm Wgt:55gram)
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¥27,500JPY
3.0 (W:28.4mm L:107.8mm T:12.3mm Wgt:74gram)
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¥38,500JPY
5.0 (W:34mm L:132mm T:14.4mm Wgt:112gram)
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¥66,000JPY
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Genchi ( 玄螭 げんち ) Kobaien ink stick

Genchi inkstick ( Light purplish black with sesami seed oil 玄螭 げんち ) -

1.0 (W:20mm L:77mm T:9mm Wgt:30gram)

Price
¥14,300JPY
1.0 (W:20mm L:77mm T:9mm Wgt:30gram)

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** SIZE W:Width, L:Length, T:Thickness, Wgt:Weight


This is the finest grade of oil-based ink with the finest particles, made from sesame seed oil.

When drawing pictures, the lines stretch well and the blotting is very beautiful.

The color is dark and pure black. In case of light black, it looks like light purple.

玄 ( gen : black, elder ) 

螭 ( chi: serpent )

 

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