So I just found out that Sailor rebranded their Shikiori inks into manyo inks it shrunk to 8 inks
From where, if I may ask? I don't mean where you saw the Manyo inks, but rather more specifically, where you obtained information that the Shikiori line has been rebranded (yet again, after Sailor's Jentle Shikisai range of sixteen ink colours become the first sixteen in the "new" Sailor Shikiori range but keeping the names of the individual colours, roughly twelve months ago), or even just that the Shikiori range is being discontinued and/or renamed.
Any site to see the full lineup ?
Sailor's website still list up the Shikiori inks and pens, but can't find the Manyou even in the new product press release.
According to Pen Chalet,
Coming November 2019 — Sailor Manyo Ink Series! This new series of ink will have eight different colors based on flowers found in the Manyoshu, an ancient collection of Japanese poems. Available only in the international market. The Sailor Manyo Ink series is not a limited production and after it is made available, it will part of the Sailor standard inks.
Note: my emphases
so I don't think you'll see them on Sailor's Japanese web site shown or listed side by side with the Shikiori line. You can try Sailor's UK/international web site, though.
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