Pilot - Iroshizuku Ink

Iroshizuku comes from the combination of Japanese words “iro” which means colouring, and “shizuku” which is a droplet.

These inks are famous for their quality and stunning colours as each ink in the range reflects an aspect of the unique Japanese landscape.

Pilot - Iroshizuku Ink

$33.75
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Pilot - Iroshizuku Ink

$33.75
$33.75

Iroshizuku comes from the combination of Japanese words “iro” which means colouring, and “shizuku” which is a droplet.

These inks are famous for their quality and stunning colours as each ink in the range reflects an aspect of the unique Japanese landscape.