Seihin inkstick ( Brilliant Bluish black, Genuine Indigo, 聖品 青墨 ) -

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Size: 1.0 (W:22mm L:83mm T:8mm Wgt:15gram)

Seihin inkstick ( Brilliant Bluish black, Genuine Indigo, 聖品 青墨 ) -

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1.0 (W:22mm L:83mm T:8mm Wgt:15gram)
Price
¥3,300JPY
1.5 (W:25mm L:95mm T:9mm Wgt:27gram)
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¥4,950JPY
2.0 (W:26mm L:100mm T:9mm Wgt:30gram)
Price
¥6,600JPY
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Seihin ( 聖品 青墨 由古梅园(古梅園)制造 ) manufactured by KOBAIEN, Nara, Japan

Seihin inkstick ( Brilliant Bluish black, Genuine Indigo, 聖品 青墨 ) -

1.0 (W:22mm L:83mm T:8mm Wgt:15gram)

Price
¥3,300JPY
1.0 (W:22mm L:83mm T:8mm Wgt:15gram)

Product information

墨 礦油煙。青墨系列中,青色調較為明顯的一款。寫字、畫畫皆適。

聖 ( sei : holy ) 

品 ( hin : piece ) 

 

Seiboku series are made from Kobaien’s finest oil smoke; most suitable for blue ink.

Genuine indigo is used to produce a brilliant bluish color.

SIZE(尺寸) Width(寬), L:Length(長), T:Thickness(厚), Wgt:Weight(重量).

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Leon.G.Delos
RECOMENDED !!!

very smooth silky feel and rich aroma sent. high quality ink.

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