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Sailor Wagashi Japanese Sweets Professional Gear Slim Fountain Pen Set - Special Edition - Sakuramochi


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Sailor Wagashi Japanese Sweets Professional Gear Slim Fountain Pen Set - Special Edition - Sakuramochi

The new Sailor "Wagashi Japanese Sweets" fountain pen series is here! This collection is inspired by the rich tradition of Wagashi, the traditional Japanese sweets, and encapsulates the essence of Japan's cultural and culinary heritage.

Each pen in this series is modeled after the Sailor Pro Gear Slim design, featuring solid 14k gold nibs. All pens are available in three nib sizes: fine, medium-fine, and medium.

The "Wagashi Japanese Sweets" series includes 5 new pen designs:

  • Sakuramochi -- Inspired by mochi wrapped in a salted Sakura leaf.
  • Nerikiri -- Reflects the artistic blend of shiro-an (white bean paste) and gyuhi (rice flour).
  • Kohakuto -- Resembles the jewel-like shine of semi-dried Agar Jelly.
  • Manju -- Based on the beloved steamed bun filled with red bean jam.
  • Tsukimi Dango -- Evokes the tradition of enjoying round rice dumplings under the moonlight.

Enhancing this offering, each pen comes with a 20ml bottle of Sailor Shikiori ink. These are existing Shikiori ink colors, perfectly paired to match the themes of each Wagashi-inspired pen. Each set is presented in a beautifully designed gift box that is one of the actual boxes used for Japanese sweets, negotiated and purchased by the Sailor product development team to make this series even more special!

Includes one proprietary Sailor converter for using with bottled ink.

Matching Shikiori Ink: Sakuramochi – Shikiori Miruai,  Nerikiri – Shikiori Okuyama,  Kohakuto – Shikiori Souten,  Manju – Shikiori Doyou,  Tsukimi Dango – Shikiori Yonaga

Dimensions: L: 12.3cm capped; 11cm uncapped; 14.2cm posted

14k gold nib.

Weight: 18g

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Katalina Rosales
Different kind of green

I am in love with this pen. Writes very smoothly, expected with any sailor pen. The colour of the pen’s body is a very different green which I like. Only comment is that the ink that comes in the box- Sailor Shikiori Miruai is too dark. I am in the hunt for a better pen-ink match.