Category: Color Traveler

  • Color Traveler Delta Light Blue on Midori MD Cotton

    Color Traveler Delta Light Blue on Midori MD Cotton

    Ink Hiroshima is a city located on the Ōta River delta. The name of this ink was inspired by the river that flows through the city. This is a turquoise ink with an average flow. On Midori MD Cotton paper, Writing Sample This was written with a TWSBI ECO-T medium nib. Below are a couple […]

  • Color Traveler Seto Inland Sea Blue Black on Leuchtturm1917

    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 […]

  • Color Traveler Delta Light Blue on Clairefontaine Triomphe

    Color Traveler Delta Light Blue on Clairefontaine Triomphe

    Ink Hiroshima is a city located on the Ōta River delta. The name of this ink was inspired by the river that flows through the city. This is a turquoise ink with an average flow. On Clairefontaine paper, Shading: Yes Sheen: Nil Feathering: Nil Bleedthrough: Nil Writing Sample This was written with a TWSBI ECO-T […]

  • Color Traveler Takehara Bamboo Green on Tomoegawa Tomoe River

    Color Traveler Takehara Bamboo Green on Tomoegawa Tomoe River

    Ink Takehara is a city located in Hiroshima. With large bamboo forests growing on the outskirts, it is no wonder that Takehara has made bamboo their official tree in 1978. Bamboo is also the official special product of Takehara and it can also be found in the city’s insignia. There are also bamboo-related festivals held […]

  • Color Traveler Kure Battleship Yamato Gray on Kokuyo Campus

    Color Traveler Kure Battleship Yamato Gray on Kokuyo Campus

    Ink This ink was named after the Yamato battleship built at Kure, Hiroshima from 1937 to 1940. It was not the first nor the last ship to be built at Kure. The ship itself was seen as the epitome of Imperial Japanese naval engineering but it was not the only one. There were other equally […]

  • Color Traveler Takehara Bamboo Green on Leuchtturm1917

    Color Traveler Takehara Bamboo Green on Leuchtturm1917

    Ink Takehara is a city located in Hiroshima. With large bamboo forests growing on the outskirts, it is no wonder that Takehara has made bamboo their official tree in 1978. Bamboo is also the official special product of Takehara and it can be found in the city’s insignia. There are also bamboo-related festivals held in […]

  • Color Traveler Takehara Bamboo Green on Rhodia

    Color Traveler Takehara Bamboo Green on Rhodia

    Ink Color Traveler is an ink brand from Hiroshima, Japan. Their inks are usually given names related in some way to Hiroshima and Japan. Takehara is a city located in Hiroshima. With large bamboo forests growing on the outskirts, it is no wonder that Takehara has made bamboo their official tree in 1978. Bamboo is […]

  • Color Traveler Seto Inland Sea Blue Black on Rhodia

    Color Traveler Seto Inland Sea Blue Black on Rhodia

    Ink Color Traveler is an ink brand from Hiroshima, Japan. Their inks are usually given names related in some way to Hiroshima and Japan. 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. […]

  • Color Traveler Takehara Bamboo Green on Midori MD

    Color Traveler Takehara Bamboo Green on Midori MD

    Ink Color Traveler is an ink brand from Hiroshima, Japan. Their inks are usually given names related in some way to Hiroshima and Japan. Takehara is a city located in Hiroshima. With large bamboo forests growing on the outskirts, it is no wonder that Takehara has made bamboo their official tree in 1978. Bamboo is […]

  • Color Traveler Seto Inland Sea Blue Black on Midori MD

    Color Traveler Seto Inland Sea Blue Black on Midori MD

    Ink Color Traveler is an ink brand from Hiroshima, Japan. Their inks are usually given names related in some way to Hiroshima and Japan. 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. […]