Ochimatsu Shouenboku inkstick ( Bluish ink, Pine smoke, おちまつ松煙墨 )

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Size: 1.0 (W:19mm L:73mm T:9mm Wgt:18gram)

Ochimatsu Shouenboku inkstick ( Bluish ink, Pine smoke, おちまつ松煙墨 )

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1.0 (W:19mm L:73mm T:9mm Wgt:18gram)
Price
$45
2.0 (W:23mm L:89mm T:10mm Wgt:30gram)
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$90
3.0 (W:27mm L:109mm T:11mm Wgt:45gram)
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$135
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Ochimatsu ( おちまつ 松烟墨 松園墨 由古梅园(古梅園)制造 ) manufactured by KOBAIEN, Nara, Japan

Ochimatsu Shouenboku inkstick ( Bluish ink, Pine smoke, おちまつ松煙墨 )

1.0 (W:19mm L:73mm T:9mm Wgt:18gram)

Price
$45
1.0 (W:19mm L:73mm T:9mm Wgt:18gram)

Product information

純松煙(生松),濃墨時,為明亮飽滿的純黑色,淡墨時,隨著墨暈變化可看到神秘的青色調。

松煙墨的特性為墨放越久,其墨色青墨化會越明顯。

適合書畫各種作品。

This ink is made from soot made from dead pine woods that contain a lot of pine resin.

It is characterized by a calm and elegant bluish tint produced by the quality uneven particles of soot.

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Wonderful product. Excellent communication. Fast shipping.

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