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Thank you so much for the comments! Nothing makes me happier than to hear you say that.

Mr. Fujii is a versatile craftsman able to handle a wide range of repair work.

 

 

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Masters of the Fountain Pen - Eizo Fujii (Euro Box) -

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KUq_xL6ePkE

 

Don't miss the next episode !

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I keep saying it; but thank you for continuing this effort, Virtu! It's making me sad not to live in Japan! These videos make it seem like the fountain pen culture is stronger there then here.

"One always looking for flaws leaves too little time for construction" ...

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Thank you so much for the kind words over again. Really glad to hear that! Mr.Tanaka is a craftsman who uses potter's wheels for fountain pen production. His "ebonite" pens are stunningly lustrous!

 

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Masters of the Fountain Pen - Harumi Tanaka (Hakase Fountain Pens) - short

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qn5v2MX9Wp8

 

Don't miss the next episode !

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Next, I'll upload "Kubo Workshop", in Tokyo, Japan.

Mr. Kubo is a craftsman, who repairs pen nibs using metal processing technology.

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Thank you very much for this, Virtu!! I can enjoy the videos even more now!! I have no acces to emoticons anymore (may be someone can help me with that) so I can't give you the dancing bunnies.

Keep up the good work!!

Happy Writing!, Mainecoon

Dreams are presentiments of what you are able to accomplish (Johann Wolfgang von Goethe)

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Awesome videos! I have to say thank you again, Virtu.

I do love Japanese tradition, craftsmanship and everything related.

Reading this thread and watching your YouTube videos has been a great pleasure for me.

 

Keep up great work. :notworthy1:

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Thank you for putting all the relevant information in one place.

 

You info on the Daimaru Fujii Central is especially useful, since I am going to Sapporo next week, and will definitely be dropping by that store.

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You info on the Daimaru Fujii Central is especially useful, since I am going to Sapporo next week, and will definitely be dropping by that store.

 

Next week!? What a coincidence! If so, please drop in at Daimaru Fujii Central. I bet you'd like it.

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great stuff thanks for sharing :thumbup:

Pens are like watches , once you start a collection, you can hardly go back. And pens like all fine luxury items do improve with time

 

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Excellent video links. I enjoyed them so much.
Thank you for introducing such masters to us, virtu. :cloud9:

 

 

Thanks a lot, symphony!

I'm really glad to know you enjoyed watching these videos.

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