Pilot Enso Iroshizuku Summer Collection Mini Ink Set, Set of 3 [Pilot]Pilot
The Name iroshizuku is a combination of the Japanese words iro (coloring), expressing high standards and variation of colors, and shizuku (droplet), that embodies the very image of dripping water. Each ink Name derives from the Expressions of beautiful Japanese natural landscapes and plants, all of which contribute to the depth of each individual hue. This beautiful assorted color set comes with three 15 ml glass bottles in an elegant white gift box.
- Created using the highest standards and variations of color
- Ink names derived from Japanese natural landscapes and plants
- Enjoy the intense and subtle colors of Japan as you write
- Works well with Pilot and Namiki fountain pens
- This mini bottle set includes the following 3 summer colors: momiji (Autumn leaves/vermillion red), kon-peki (deep blue/cerulean blue), yu-yake (sunset/burnt orange)
Pilot Corporation of America prides itself on being a leading manufacturer and marketer of quality writing instruments in the United States. Our sales continue to grow year after year because of the quality of our products, and the innovation of our Research and Development teams. Our spirit of innovation has always focused on serving consumer’s writing needs and making writing a pleasure.
Our state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities in the United States, Japan and around the world operate under strict quality control standards, ensuring the superior quality of all Pilot products. G2, Precise V5/V7, Dr. Grip and EasyTouch are among our top selling brands.
In addition to the American subsidiary, the parent company has subsidiaries in the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Italy, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, Brazil, Russia and Australia.
Pilot Pen is the third largest writing instrument company in the United States. Established in the U.S. in 1972, Pilot is the fastest-growing writing instrument company in the country. The parent company, Pilot Corporation in Tokyo, was founded in 1918. It is the oldest and largest writing instrument manufacturer in Japan.
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