Writing is 1/3 nib width&flex, 1/3 paper and 1/3 ink, and in that order.
You have skinnier than western Japanese nibs...so you will need a bright vivid, boring monotone supersaturated ink.
When you get a western F or M, then I suggest looking at two toned shading inks. If you have 90 g or better paper...useless to look at them with regular 80g papers.
Paper....there is copy paper and writing paper and seldom are they the same. Good to better scribbling paper costs a couple cans of coke or cups of Starbucks coffee more than decent copy paper.
If you are going to waste your time with dirt cheap paper, you might as well go back to ball point or bic disposable fountain pens.
Advice I wished I'd followed....for every two bottles of ink you buy, buy a ream or box of good to better paper. In no time at all you will have a very nice collection of nice paper....so you can see what nib and ink dance at midnight.
Ink jet paper is a no-no. It is made for fast absorption of ink jet ink.
Laser paper is better for fountain pens, 90g paper is better than 80g paper, 100 better than 90g.
Combo laser and ink jet paper has to be a compromise in it has to be ink jet friendly. I have some good combo paper but sigh...it's not laser.
Go over to Ink Reviews and look up the inks reviewed by Sandy1; our ink and paper guru, . She uses 4-5 normal pens with different width nibs, on 4-5 different papers you can get if you put your mind to it.
It is amazing what a nib width can do to an ink, or how a paper can make or break an ink.