Fountain Pen
Fountain Pen Ink -
Fountain Pen Ink -
KAKIMORI Pigment ink
KAKIMORI Pigment ink
KAKIMORI Pigment ink
Fountain Pen

Fountain Pen Ink

Sale price37€
Pickup available at BOWS & ARROWS Store Usually ready in 24 hours

Fountain Pen Ink



Pickup available, usually ready in 24 hours

17 Rue Notre Dame de Nazareth
Tue to Sat, from 12h30pm to 7h30pm
75003 Paris

  • Beautiful Japanese Fountain Pen Ink
  • Lovely colour selection and packaging makes for nice gifting 

A soft, blushing red. Po refers to a colour tucked away in our hearts, the way we blush when falling in love; the warmth of a face admired from afar.

These original Kakimori inks are inspired by Japanese onomatopoeia, word play, and imagery, translating familiar feelings and sounds to colours that are in conversation with each other. Designer Makoto Koizumi shaped these quirky ink bottles to resemble falling drops, or potari. The flat and stable base prevents the bottle from tipping over, and the 20mm opening with an 8-degree angle is well suited for dipping or filling your pens. Once dry, these pigment inks are water and fade resistant — they’ve been developed to ensure that your special message stands the test of time. 

Color: 01 Po
Pigment ink
35 ml
Dimensions: 4.8 cm x 5.8 cm

Ink care:

  • Because this is a pigment ink, once it dries, it may be difficult to clean out your pen. To avoid the possibility of internal clogging, we recommend using your inked pen frequently, using broader nibs, or using dip pens.
  • Shake bottle well before use to evenly distribute the pigment.
  • Keep bottle away from heat, humidity, and sunlight.
  • Pigment inks can be mixed to create new shades. Please mix inks in clean bottles so as not to contaminate the original colour.

About the Brand: 

Located in downtown Tokyo, Japan, they boast a deep connection with the neighbourhood and customers. They value the importance of storytelling and the joy associated with handcrafted goods and handwriting. They emphasise a state of coexistence with the four major elements — air, water, earth, and soil — and employ these ideals in each of their products.