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  • Wearingeul Sanshiro Ink
  • Wearingeul Sanshiro Ink

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Wearingeul Sanshiro Ink

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'Sanshiro' fountain pen ink was inspired by a yellow chrysanthemum. The symbolism of the yellow chrysanthemum is "disappointment, one-sided love, and failed love." It reflects Sanshiro, the main character of a trilogy of novels, who is passive and can't express himself. The ink presents the bright yellow color of the chrysanthemum petals, but in places with more ink, a tint of amber can be seen and the color of the stamen and pistil is manifested.

Natsume Soseki Literature Ink

Soseki's fiction is the motivation of the ink. The different characteristics of his three distinct works are expressed as ink products. 

Natsume Soseki (February 9, 1867 - December 9, 1916) was a Japanese novelist best know for his novels Kokoro, Botchan, I Am a Cat, Kusamakura, and an unfinished work Light and Darkness. In the 21st century, there has been a global emergence of interest in Soseki's works with many of them being translated into new languages. In 2013 the complete collection of his long works was translated into Korean.

There are three inks in this series: 'I Am a Cat' 'Sanshiro' and 'The Mind'