Kyo no oto / Sakura-nezumi
The pale crimson color is a dull, pale cherry color with a light ink tinge.
In "Kokin Wakashū", there is a statement that "Sakura in Fukakusa's Nobe, if you have a heart, bloom in Sumizome this year." It is a song that calls on the cherry blossoms to bloom in a blackish color with the feeling of mourning the deceased.
Product number: KO-0109
Application: Glass pen, Dip pen, brush
[About Kyo no oto series]
"Kyo no oto" is a series of writing inks that reproduce traditional Japanese colors used since the Heian period with modern techniques and interpretations. Each color is characterized by a unique name and story.
This dye ink was originally developed by the Kyoto Kusagi Dyeing Research Institute and TAG STATIONERY, which consists of dyeing and weaving experts.
It is a characteristic ink that utilizes the gradation of shades using the oozing that is characteristic of dyes.
〇 Dye ink is soluble in water, so after writing with ink, it can be used for various expressions such as "blurring" with a water brush or extending the color lightly.
Published about dyeing:『藍染おりがみ絞り』,『合成染料の技法』