Kyo no Otowa | Otowa
It has been used as a color name to express the hair of a black and glossy woman, and it has a glamorous black color like a crow.
Number of items: KO-0101
Use: Mannen Pen, Pen and Pen
[About the sound series in Kyoto]
"The Sound of Kyoto" is a series of ink-writing ink that has been reproduced by modern techniques and interpretations of Japanese traditional Japanese colors used since the Heian period.Each color is characterized by its unique name and story.
It is a dyeing ink developed by TAG STATIONERY from the "Kyoto think-izome research laboratory" consisting of dyeing specialists.
This is a distinctive ink that utilizes a dye-based exutration, and utilizes the gradation of dye.
The dyeing ink is soluble in water, and after writing it in ink, it can be used in a variety of expressions, such as "blur" or "dull" in the ink brush, etc.
Blue-dyed green dyed. '
"Synthetic dye technique"