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:
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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