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TAG Kyoto - kyo-no-oto - hisoku TAG is a stationary shop in Kyoto (Japan) that produces some interesting soft watercolour-style inks. With the kyo-no-oto series they produce a line of inks that replicates traditional Japanese dye colours. According to available only info, the manufacturing process of the kyo-no-oto inks follows traditional dying techniques dating back to the Heian era between the years 794 and 1185. The inks come in 40 ml bottles, packaged in luxurious thick paper with a texture that feels like heavy watercolour paper. In this
There's already a couple of great reviews, this is just a comparison with my other inks. It's my first not super saturated ink, which did surprise me, but I like it a lot, there's a calmness about it. It also the merit of getting along with a Parker Sonnet. Paper: HP laserjet 32 lbs. First row: Fuyu Gaki, Mandarin, Orange Indien, Rouge Hematite, Poppy Red. Second row: Ambre de Baltique, inti, Lie de Thé, Yama Guri, Verdigris. Third row: Chiku Rin, rehydrated old Penman Emerald, Vert Empire, Verde Muschiato, Ina Ho. Fourth row: Ama Iro, Kon Peki, Équinoxe 6, Souten, Tsuyu Kusa. F