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Color Traveler Seto Inland Sea Blue Black on Leuchtturm1917

Ink

This ink was named after the Seto Inland Sea next to Hiroshima Prefecture. From the name, you might have thought that it is a landlocked sea but that’s not the case. It is a body of water separating three of the four main islands of Japan and serves as a waterway connecting the Pacific Ocean to the Sea of Japan.

As the name says, this is a dark blue-black ink. There is a tinge of purple that shows up in certain lighting and papers. Despite the dark colour, this ink is easy to clean out of the pen. It has a wet flow.

On Leuchtturm1917 paper,

  • Shading: Yes
  • Sheen: Nil
  • Feathering: Nil
  • Bleedthrough: Some
Writing Sample

This was written with a TWSBI ECO-T medium nib.

Writing sample of Color Traveler Seto Inland Sea Blue Black ink on Leuchtturm1917 planner
Writing sample of Color Traveler Seto Inland Sea Blue Black ink on Leuchtturm1917 planner
Writing sample of Color Traveler Seto Inland Sea Blue Black ink on Leuchtturm1917 planner

Below are a couple of photos of how it looks when it was written on both sides of the paper.

Writing sample of Color Traveler Seto Inland Sea Blue Black ink on Leuchtturm1917 planner
Writing sample of Color Traveler Seto Inland Sea Blue Black ink on Leuchtturm1917 planner

Disclaimer: This ink was purchased by me and all opinions/photos are my own. This post was not sponsored.

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