Suibokugayou-Aozumi inkstick ( Bluish black, For painting, 水墨画用青墨 )

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Suibokugayou-Aozumi inkstick ( Bluish black, For painting, 水墨画用青墨 )

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1.0 (W:20mm L:80mm T:8mm Wgt:15gram)
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Suibokugayou-Aozumi ( 水墨画用青墨 ) - Kobaien inksticks, Nara, Japan

Suibokugayou-Aozumi inkstick ( Bluish black, For painting, 水墨画用青墨 )

1.0 (W:20mm L:80mm T:8mm Wgt:15gram)

Price
$34
1.0 (W:20mm L:80mm T:8mm Wgt:15gram)

Product information

This "Suibokugayou-Aozumi ( 青墨 水墨畫用墨 ) " is a blue ink made by adding genuine indigo to oil smoke and high quality glue, developed through many years of research at Koubaien.

古梅園 青墨 水墨畫用墨。青墨 礦油煙。

青墨系列中,青色調較為明顯的一款。寫字、畫畫皆適。

The color of the ink has a strong bluish tinge, and even when darkened, the ink color is still very bluish. This ink is suitable for creating ink drawings and paintings.

水 ( sui : water ) 

墨 ( boku : ink )

 ( ga : painting )

 ( you : for )

 ( ao: blue )

 ( zumi : ink)

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