One of the 5 Kyonooto inks. I shall leave the presentation of these inks to someone else.
Yamabukiiro is a yellow ink with a hint of green. It's not too light to be illegible. It's gorgeous. A winner. My favourite among these. When it's wet enough, there'll be a lovely dark edge.
Nice packaging. But the colour on the box is miles away from what it really is. If it were the colour on the box I wouldn't like it.
(photo, scan. The scan is closer to what I see.)
It flows well. It's a wet ink, but it doesn't feel lubricating as Sailor inks.
2. J. Herbin Vert olive
3. Iroshizuku Ina-ho
4. Sailor Kobe Shinkaichi Gold
5. Sailor Kobe Taisanji Yellow
Only when it's wet enough and on Tomoe River can you see a faint sheen. Don't expect to see it in normal writing.
More on Tomoe River
Look at that shading, that dark edge... I'm in love...
Edited by Lgsoltek, 26 May 2016 - 11:42.