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Iroshizuku Ink - Bottle 50ml - 100th anniversary - Ebisu - Pilot

100th Anniversary Limited Edition

The centenary inks

Created specifically to celebrate the event, these seven unpublished inks each honour one of Japan's seven most popular Lucky Charm Gods; one woman and six men from different religious denominations (Shinto, Buddhist, Taoist, Brahmanic) and from various geographical backgrounds (Japanese, Chinese or Indian).

Ink color: Ebisu - Turquoise Blue

Blown glass bottle
Bakélite screw plug
50 ml Container

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PILOT has always made its own inks, which are renowned all over the world.

Iroshizuku ink expresses the ancient Japanese art of writing, the passion for colour and the perfection of ink.

The centenary inks

Created specifically to celebrate the event, these seven unpublished inks each honour one of Japan's seven most popular Lucky Charm Gods; one woman and six men from different religious denominations (Shinto, Buddhist, Taoist, Brahmanic) and from various geographical backgrounds (Japanese, Chinese or Indian).

Ink color: Ebisu - Turquoise Blue

Ebisu, God of prosperity and fishermen. Only God to be native to Japan, his parents were the goddess Izanami and the god Izanagi. He is the god of prosperity, fishermen and merchants.

Blown glass bottle
Bakélite screw plug
50 ml Container
Made in Japan

3131910544753
4902505367250
Dominant color
Blue
Shimmer
NO
Sheen
NO
Shading
Medium
Iron gall
NO
Water resistant
NO
Capacity
50 ml
From
Japan
Pilot

Namiki Manufacturing Company was founded in 1918. The name Pilot was adopted in 1938. Today Pilot Corporation is the largest pen manufacturer in Japan and the world's number 2.

Since its inception, Pilot has placed great importance on innovation in order to always offer its customers the best writing tools.

In the range of high-end writing instruments, Pilot maintains the brand of the surname of its founder, Namiki. Capless (also known as Vanishing Point in the United States), Iroshizuku pen pens and inks are among the most sought-after Namiki objects.

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