Taccia Ukiyo-e Utamaro Kitagawa fountain pen ink in "Light Black". This ink is made of raw materials that are safe for fountain pens with the production supervised by a color consultant in Japan. Each ink has been produced by Japanese stationery experts and manufactured in Japan.
Utamaro (1753 – 31 October 1806) was a Japanese artist and one of the most highly regarded designers of ukiyo-e woodblock prints and paintings. He is best known for his bijin ōkubi-e "large-headed pictures of beautiful women" of the 1790s. He also produced nature studies, particularly illustrated books of insects.
Little is known of Utamaro's life. His work began to appear in the 1770s, and he rose to prominence in the early 1790s with his portraits of beauties with exaggerated, elongated features. He produced over 2000 known prints and was one of the few ukiyo-e artists to achieve fame throughout Japan in his lifetime.