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I tried it as a regular brush pen but did not know that it works with watercolor! I need to try it.As a brush pen, it's super soft, so it's not great for small detailed work, but it's fun for more gestural work.
Akashiya Co., Ltd. was founded in 1624 in Nara, Japan, and is famous for its calligraphy brushes. A famous Japanese monk, Kobo Daishi (弘法大師), taught Chinese brush calligraphy to Kiyokawa Sakanai in Nara around 800. This period marks the beginning of Japanese brush calligraphy. The type of brush pen from that period is also known as "Nara Fude (brush)".