Kobe Fountain Pen Ink - No. 46 Nagisa Museum Gray


Kobe ink is the original fountain pen ink collection from Nagasawa Pen Co. Based in Kobe, Japan, the company was founded in 1882 and known for their high quality pens and inks. Their inks were made by Sailor and boast a gorgeous collection of over 80 colors. Each ink is housed in a wide mouthed 50ml glass jar with colors inspired by "spots in Kobe".

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Museum Road, which symbolizes cultural revival from the earthquake, was named in 2010 as a nickname for the north-south road that connects Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art to Oji Park. This area is expressed in a strong bluish gray with the image of the prefectural art museum designed by Tadao Ando, ​​which represents the area.