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Pilot Iroshizuku 50 ml Ink - 100th Anniversary Limited Edition

₱1,600.00

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Each of these limited edition bottled color inks has been carefully created to evoke the character of its corresponding god of good fortune, be that Ebisu, Daikoku-ten, Bishamon-ten, Benzai-ten, Fuku-roku-ju, Juro-jin or Hotei-son. 

In ancient times, Ebisu was worshipped as the god of plentiful fishing, and is now
regarded as the god of happiness and prosperity who makes everything from businesses to crops plentiful. The light blue ink echoes the color of the sparkling sea around the rock on which Ebisu is sitting in the depiction on the fountain pen.

Daikoku-ten is believed to be the god of riches, as well as happiness, prosperity
and better fortune, who rules food and wealth. The yellow ink echoes the color of the straw rice-bag upon which Daikoku-ten is sitting in the depiction on the fountain pen.

Bishamon-ten is believed to be the god of steady progress and competition. The red ink echoes the color of the flames emanating from the nimbus that is floating behind him in the depiction on the fountain pen.

Fuku-roku-ju takes his name from the three characters that represent Taoism's three virtues, namely having many descendants, health and longevity. Today, Fuku-roku-ju is worshipped as the god of personal virtue. The green ink echoes the color of the turtle on which Fuku-roku-ju is riding in the depiction on the fountain pen.

Juro-jin is worshipped as the god of longevity, status and wealth. The purple ink echoes the color of the Juro-jin's kimono in the depiction on the fountain pen.

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