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Hi all, I wonder if you have any nibmeister recommendation in Tokyo? I found one (Fullhalter) but he doesn't speak English..

 

Thanks in advance!

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Depends on what you want to do. If you need slight adjustments, I have asked the in-house nibmeister at K.Itoya to help out. However he will not do custom grinds.

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EuroBox can do a lot. Straightened out a vintage nib twisted to the point of looking like a cork screw. He can not retip nor fix cracks, however.

 

Kawakubo might beable to work on nibs. I believe he can, just don't know if he can.

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richardzimmermann33

Hello,

 

I'm going to Japan next July and I wish to have my MontBlanc 149 M nib made an F or EF.
Here in Brazil is difficult to fing a good NibMaister that I can trust my 149. Is there a good place in japan I can have it done with perfection?

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richardzimmermann33

not a lot of nib meisters in Tokyo but this thread has most of them... then there's MB stores in Tokyo drop by them and see if they can fix your problem as its basically a nib swap job

Ok! Will try.

 

I'm going to Kyoto, as well. Any recomendations there?

I don'tkown; reather have my 149 nib tuned by a japanese nibmaister, then just change it. I've herd they are magicians in this kind of work.

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rokurinpapa

Hello,

 

I'm going to Japan next July and I wish to have my MontBlanc 149 M nib made an F or EF.

Here in Brazil is difficult to fing a good NibMaister that I can trust my 149. Is there a good place in japan I can have it done with perfection?

I recommend you to attend Wagner meeting if possible. The leader of the meeting is a skilled man surpassing even professional

nib meisters.

Mr. Yoshimune who is a master of Pen and message that is a fountain pen shop in Kobe may help you.

 

rokurinpapa

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