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Pilot Iroshizuku Tsuyu-kusa (Asiatic Dayflower) Ink (50ml Bottle)

Pilot Iroshizuku Tsuyu-kusa (Asiatic Dayflower) Fountain Pen Ink (50ml Bottle)


 
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Each 50ml glass bottle is a beautifully crafted container designed with an innovative dip at the bottom to make for easy filling of your fountain pen, when the ink level runs low. Tsuyu-kusa loosely translates from Japanese to Asiatic Dayflower, a shade of blue that is reminiscent of the image of raindrops nestling on its petals.

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Pilot Iroshizuku Tsuyu-kusa (Asiatic Dayflower) Fountain Pen Ink (50ml Bottle)

Each 50ml glass bottle is a beautifully crafted container designed with an innovative dip at the bottom to make for easy filling of your fountain pen, when the ink level runs low. Tsuyu-kusa loosely translates from Japanese to Asiatic Dayflower, a shade of blue that is reminiscent of the image of raindrops nestling on its petals.

Having trouble deciding between colors? Use our Ink Comparison Tool to quickly and easily view different colors side by side.
Average Rating: 3 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review »

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A pale blue December 11, 2017
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from California  
This may be the first Iroshizuku that I don't really care for. The performance and characteristics are stellar, of course. It's the color: This is a rather weak, unsaturated blue.

My advice: For a beautiful, professional blue ink from Pilot, look for the Iroshizuku Asa Gao ("Morning Glory"). It's superb and just more pleasant on the page.

I should mention that somewhere in between these two is Namiki Blue. A great performer and a bit more lively than the Tsuyu-kusa in my opinion.

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