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KURETAKE INK-CAFE Meiji Bottle Ink

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Katsutake INK-CAFE Iro in the Meiji era

Think about the Meiji era ...
"Meiji no Iro" ink is a color ink that imagined the trend in the Meiji era, as you can imagine from the name.
There is a background of the era in one color, and please enjoy the color while using it. It can be used with a fountain pen, glass pen, a pens, and a tail pen from Kotake.

120th Anniversary Inc.
In 1902, Katsutake Co., Ltd. was founded.
To commemorate the 120th anniversary of its founding, I chose 6 inks in the Meiji era, considering the era 120 years ago.

■ Grape tea / Ebica / ECF160-531
During the Meiji era, purple color was considered a noble color used by the Chinese at the time, and the fear of purple was often used, so purple shrimp tea was often used. Ebichi is a slightly purple dark red red color, and the Meiji school school boom flourished at once. Is increased.

■ Ryozai / Aramishu / ECF160-532
In the latter half of the Meiji era, we cherish Japanese culture, and a traditional Japanese style will also appear. One of them is Zhusen. "Ararishu" is a bright "vermilion" color like washing, and a color that has a light vermilion.

■ Shimbashi color / Shin-shiniro / ECF160-533
In the late Meiji era, the birth of a new color caused by chemical dyes. The bright blue -green color was a high -color color, and it became popular in the Hanayanagi world and the geisha people of Shimbashi. It was also called "Konpuruiro".

■ Iron color / Kuroganeiro / ECF160-534
The iron color (Kuroganeiro) is a popular color from the middle of the Meiji era to the Taisho era. It is a color that features a dark bluish and bluish blue -green color, and is often used in colors such as the head and the front hanging. The gold was called "kogane", silver was called "shirogane", and copper was called "Akagane", and iron was called "Kurogane".

■ Peacock Green / Kujakuriku / ECF160-535
During the Meiji era, the color from the West is bright blue green like a beautiful blue -green wing of porches. Peacocks have been loved in Japan since the old days, and in the Edo era, it is said that the recognition of the common people increased. Until the Meiji era, it is also strange that the color of the Peacock has not been made.

■ Purple blue / Shikon / ECF160-536
In the Meiji era, many women's clothing, etc., are said to be "purple -colored" and "purple", which inherit Edo's "Iki", and appeared as a trendy color after the Meiji era.

Katsutake INK-CAFE Iro in the Meiji era
Product size 50 × 50 × 33 mm
Exterior size 56 x 56 x 38 mm
Material container: glass, cap: SAN
Ink water -based dye ink
Ink content about 20g
Country of origin Japan

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