Pilot Iroshizuku Asa-gao Ink (Morning Glory) - 50 ml Bottle

Pilot Iroshizuku Asa-gao Ink (Morning Glory) - 50 ml Bottle

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4.4 (5 reviews)
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Iroshizuku is a line of luxurious inks created by Pilot to reflect the beautiful natural scenery of Japan. The gorgeous shades will fill your fountain pen with bold, beautiful and vivid colors. Each bottle is a beautifully crafted glass container designed with an innovative dip at the bottom to ensure the savory enjoyment of every last drop.

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Deep, vivid blue. This...
April 28, 2010
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Deep, vivid blue. This is not as purple as the box color might lead you to believe. This is a good blue that is bright and saturated. It's not too far different from LAMY blue ink and J. Herbin's Eclat de Saphir
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Gorgeous, dark, densely...
May 20, 2015
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Gorgeous, dark, densely pigmented ink. Quite similar to the Diamine Blue Velvet, just a little lighter.
As part of an order of...
March 2, 2015
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As part of an order of a number of inks, this was very nice. The inks came extremely well- and securely-packed, and quickly as well. I'm very pleased!
I am very fond of this...
December 26, 2012
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I am very fond of this ink for its lovely color and impeccable behavior in pens. It isn't my everyday ink, but sometimes is exactly the shade I want to use. It is lovely and flows well in pens, but those looking for durability etc. need to stick with Noodlers or Sailor Nano.
Nice enough blue, which...
November 24, 2012
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Nice enough blue, which I hope will look richer if I try it in a pen with a broader, wetter, nib than I'm using right now. It's disappointing that it isn't even a little bit water-resistant. Washes off a test page easily after giving it ten minutes to dry. Well, I wanted to try one expensive ink to see if it was that much better, and it wasn't. Live and learn.