Pilot - Iroshizuku Ink - Asiatic Dayflower (Tsuyu-kusa)

Pilot Iroshizuku inks are famous for their quality and spectrum of colours that are inspired by Japanese natural landscapes and plants, all of which contribute to the depth of each individual hue. Iroshizuku comes from the combination of Japanese words 'iro' which means colouring, and 'shizuku', which embodies the image of dripping water.

Tsuyu-kusa is a shade of royal blue blue that conjures up the colour of the small, fragile Asiatic Dayflower, which grows wild in fields and roadsides and blossoms in the summertime.

Iroshizuku is a dye based ink that comes in an elegant 50mL glass bottle with a wide opening for larger pens and an angled base, making it easier to reach the last few drops. 

Bookbinders Design is an authorised Pilot stockist. 

Pilot - Iroshizuku Ink - Asiatic Dayflower (Tsuyu-kusa)

$34.95
Pilot - Iroshizuku Ink - Asiatic Dayflower (Tsuyu-kusa) Pilot - Iroshizuku Ink - Asiatic Dayflower (Tsuyu-kusa) Pilot - Iroshizuku Ink - Asiatic Dayflower (Tsuyu-kusa)
Pilot - Iroshizuku Ink - Asiatic Dayflower (Tsuyu-kusa) Pilot - Iroshizuku Ink - Asiatic Dayflower (Tsuyu-kusa) Pilot - Iroshizuku Ink - Asiatic Dayflower (Tsuyu-kusa)

Pilot - Iroshizuku Ink - Asiatic Dayflower (Tsuyu-kusa)

$34.95
$34.95

Pilot Iroshizuku inks are famous for their quality and spectrum of colours that are inspired by Japanese natural landscapes and plants, all of which contribute to the depth of each individual hue. Iroshizuku comes from the combination of Japanese words 'iro' which means colouring, and 'shizuku', which embodies the image of dripping water.

Tsuyu-kusa is a shade of royal blue blue that conjures up the colour of the small, fragile Asiatic Dayflower, which grows wild in fields and roadsides and blossoms in the summertime.

Iroshizuku is a dye based ink that comes in an elegant 50mL glass bottle with a wide opening for larger pens and an angled base, making it easier to reach the last few drops. 

Bookbinders Design is an authorised Pilot stockist.