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Mino Washi Yuzen Pattern Fountain Pen Aizome Aizome / Ryusuizakura TWM1811 with converter

Mino Washi Yuzen Pattern Fountain Pen Aizome Aizome / Ryusuizakura TWM1811 with converter

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"Mino Japanese paper, Yuzen pattern" fountain pen

Washi paper made with water from the clear Nagara River, a bounty of the lush green nature of the mountainous Gifu region, is a heartwarming culture that has been popular in Japan since the Nara period.
These colorful handmade writing instruments are decorated with the ``elegant and beautiful'' Yuzen pattern, which is also known as Chiyogami paper.
Each piece of Japanese paper is hand-rolled, coated with acrylic resin to protect it from dirt and water, and finished with UV resin drying.

A luxurious fountain pen made with Mino washi paper. The elegant Yuzen pattern model is also a popular item among women. The nib is an alloy-plated medium type that provides a writing experience that is loved by everyone. You can also easily change the ink color by replacing the cartridge and converter.
This fountain pen is handcrafted one by one by craftsmen, and its careful finish is attractive. This item is also perfect as a gift. Why not take the time to write a handwritten letter and send a heartfelt message to your loved one?

ink type

Medium characters

<Request regarding storage of refills>

Store in a cool place, avoiding high temperatures.

<About compatibility with commercially available products>

・Metal fittings: Manufactured by DAYACOM in Germany ・Pen tip: Alloy plating We have confirmed that the following manufacturer's products are compatible.
*Please specify "European type" when purchasing at a stationery store.

  • Dedicated cartridge (European type)
  • Dedicated converter (manufactured by DAYACOM)

<Cartridge installation method>

Remove the barrel of the fountain pen, point the pen tip upward, insert the cartridge straight into the cartridge without turning it, then wait until the ink reaches the tip and try writing.

<Converter suction method>

Remove the barrel, insert the converter straight into the neck, turn the knob to the left, lower the internal piston, and dip the pen tip into the ink up to the neck. Aspirate while rotating to the right. When suction is finished, wipe the pen tip clean before use.

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