Suzushiro inkstick ( Brownish black, Japanese raddish oil, すずしろ )

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

Size: 1 ( W:20 mm L: 77.7 mm T:8.7 mm Wgt:26gram)

Suzushiro inkstick ( Brownish black, Japanese raddish oil, すずしろ )

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1 ( W:20 mm L: 77.7 mm T:8.7 mm Wgt:26gram)
Price
$27
1.5 ( W:21.8 mm L: 86.5 mm T:9.7 mm Wgt:36gram)
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$38
3 ( W:27.7 mm L: 108.2 mm T:12.2 mm Wgt:63gram)
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$75
5 ( W:34.8 mm L: 133 mm T:14.2 mm Wgt:103gram)
Price
$128
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Suzushiro inkstick ( Brownish black, Japanese raddish oil,  すずしろ )

Suzushiro inkstick ( Brownish black, Japanese raddish oil, すずしろ )

1 ( W:20 mm L: 77.7 mm T:8.7 mm Wgt:26gram)

Price
$27
1 ( W:20 mm L: 77.7 mm T:8.7 mm Wgt:26gram)

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

This is an ink stick made from Japanese raddish ( Daikon )  oil smoke and fine glue.

The color of dark black is especially good, and the ink is very smooth and light.

The color of the ink is a calm, shallow black for dark ink, and grayish and bluish for light ink.

It is suitable for writing letters with many curves.

すずしろ ( Suzushiro : Japanese white radish )

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