Kyo No Oto

Review: Kyo no Oto Yamabuki Iro

My thanks to Glenn for sending me a sample of the ink.

Yamabuki Iro is a blend of yellow and green. Now normally, this blend of colours is right up my alley. But not this one. This is giving me Pilot Iroshizuku Ina-Ho vibes. And I really do not like Ina-Ho at all.

Yamabuki Iro shades subtly and writes on the dry side of things. Personally this isn’t the colour for me, but if this is a colour you enjoy, don’t let me get in the way of your enjoyment.

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Review: Kyo No Oto Koke Iro

My thanks to Glenn for the ink sample.

Kyo No Oto not to be confused with Kyo Iro are both sold by Tag Stationary. Kyo no Oto is a series of 5 inks and Koke Iro is one of them. It’s a yellow-green ink that shades really well. It goes from a yellow-green that’s similar to Pilot Iroshizuku Chiku Rin to a dark yellow-green similar to Rohrer and Klinger Alt-Goldgrün. Yellow-green is my kind of green. I really love Koke Iro though it’s colour isn’t all that unique. It’s shading is really quite something.

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