Kakimori's ink bottles are shaped like droplets, drawing inspiration from potari, a Japanese word for a falling drop. The generous 20mm opening with an 8-degree angle makes dipping easy without damaging delicate nibs. The shallow depth allows for effortless refilling of converters and helps to keep your pen clean from unwanted ink.
Materials: pigment ink in a glass jar
Made by: Kakimori
Made in: Japan
Specifications:35 ml volume / 120 g weight; dimensions: 48 mm height x 58 mm diameter
Use and Care:
This product is a pigment ink.
Shake bottle well before use.
If swallowed, give fluids and seek medical advice. If in contact with the eyes, flush with running water and seek medical advice.
Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.
Use the pen regularly to prevent ink from drying on the nib.
Designed and tested for pens sold at Kakimori and Inkstand. May not be compatible with other pens.
Po meaning: "A color tucked away in our hearts. Po is the way we blush when falling in love; the warmth of a face admired from afar."
Torori meaning: "A perfect omelette reveals its deliciously soft centre. Torori is the color of anticipation, describing a rich consistency overflowing with flavor."
Tototo meaning: "Tototo is the gentle melody of a special rosé poured in quiet company. A color to elevate everyday life or celebrate a special occasion."
Kurun meaning: "Kurun depicts the dance of a vine’s curling tendrils. A green that captures both vitality and a sense of calm."
Toppuri meaning: "Look closely and you might see the stars in the night sky. Toppuri describes the comforting darkness that arrives after nightfall. A gentle color that inspires reflection."
Koton meaning: "The silence of the night is punctuated by koton, the sound of an ink bottle being placed on the desk. A colour for quiet contemplation."
Murkuri meaning: "Mukuri describes the state of awakening, like a bear emerging from hibernation to the warm red earth. The colour signals the arrival of a new season."
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