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Battle of the Big Reds http://farm6.staticflickr.com/5480/11931434345_5ea0b7cbff_b.jpg From top to bottom: Sailor King of Pen in Crimson Urushi, Namiki Emperor in Vermilion Urushi, Namiki Yukari Royale in Vermilion Urushi. They are resting on a Nakaya three-pen pillow in Kuro-Tamenuri Urushi. Introduction In his excellent comparative review of four black urushi pens, rhk had shared with us his opinion of the Namiki Yukari Royale versus the Sailor King of Pen. In yet another great review, rubyeyespenlover had waxed lyrical about the beauty of the Namiki Emperor. Yours truly has reviewed the
Namiki Yukari Royale versus Pilot Custom 845 http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7346/11918876405_a4b358c5a4_b.jpg Introducing the Namiki Yukari Royale in Black Urushi (top) and the Pilot Custom 845 (bottom). Both pens are resting on a Nakaya three-pen pillow in Kuro Tamenuri Urushi on top of a Midori pad. On the right is a box of Namiki Black ink. Introduction This is a long over-due comparison between two of Pilot's arguably most luxurious mainstream pens, the Namiki Yukari Royale and the Pilot Custom 845. As you all know, the Pilot Corporation uses the Namiki brand for its premium line of wri
ArchiMark posted a topic in Japan - AsiaSome of you may recall my posts in this forum a while back requesting help making a decision as to which Japanese pen to get.....that resulted in my getting a very nice Nakaya Piccolo (too small....guess that's why they call it piccolo....), then exchanging it for a very nice Nakaya Neo-Standard...(great pen, with wonderful nibwork by John Mottishaw....but too light....).... So, continuing my quest for the right Japanese pen, I was very taken by the recent posts and reviews regarding the handsome Namiki Yukari Royale pens.....only issue was which color to go for....be brave and go for the ve