• Nib Holder - Tokushima Indigo
  • Nib Holder - Tokushima Indigo
  • Nib Holder - Tokushima Indigo
  • Nib Holder - Tokushima Indigo

Nib Holder - Tokushima Indigo

Kakimori

Regular price € 92,00
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Description

The Kakimori Nib Holder in Sakura Wood is crafted from Japanese cherry and finished with an indigo dye. Enjoy a natural patina that evolves with you for a lifetime of writing.

The nib holder is treated with an ink-resistant finish, providing practicality without compromising the natural texture.

For Kakimori the nib holder that emerged...

The Kakimori Nib Holder in Sakura Wood is crafted from Japanese cherry and finished with an indigo dye. Enjoy a natural patina that evolves with you for a lifetime of writing.

The nib holder is treated with an ink-resistant finish, providing practicality without compromising the natural texture.

For Kakimori the nib holder that emerged from their desire to create a tool that inspires a lifetime of use, bringing joy to your hands and soul. From the timeless material to the comfortable thickness, form and length, each and every detail has been carefully considered to create a perfect fit.

Designed to universal specifications to fit a standard nib of your choice. 

Details

Measures  Ø 11 x 178mm
Weighs 9g
Made from Japanese Cherry
Nib Mount made from plastic
Made in Japan
*Nib holder only — nib sold separately

Use and care

- After rinsing, shake well in a downward motion to remove any water or ink from the nib mount before inserting a nib.
- Due to the nature of the material and treatment, grain and colour will vary between pieces.
- If marked with ink, wipe clean with a soft cloth.
- When removing the nib from the nib holder, gently pull it out while turning to avoid dislodging the nib mount.

Kakimori x Misc-store Amsterdam

Kakimori's notebooks, inks, pens and letter papers are made through craftsmanship and imbued with the hope of treasured, long-lasting ownership — brought to life within your own space and time.

Their home is one of Tokyo’s old shitamachi (downtown) neighbourhoods. Craftsmanship remains well and truly alive, with small manufacturing workshops and factories lining the streets. Work and daily life exist in close proximity and there is a strong sense of community. By taking the design, production and retail of products into their own hands, Kakimori aims to reconnect with local manufacturing, revitalise declining crafts and artisans, and restore circularity for the next generation.

At Misc-store Amsterdam we are proud to be stocking selected items from Kakimori's carefully crafted range of writing tools — to celebrate the joy of writing.

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About Kakimori

Kakimori

At Misc-store Amsterdam we are proud to be stocking carefully selected items from Kakimori's exquisitely crafted range of writing tools — to celebrate the joy of writing.

Kakimori's notebooks, inks, pens and letter papers are made through craftsmanship and imbued with the hope of treasured, long-lasting ownership — brought to life within your own space and time.

Their home is one of Tokyo’s old shitamachi (downtown) neighbourhoods. Craftsmanship remains well and truly alive, with small manufacturing workshops and factories lining the streets. Work and daily life exist in close proximity and there is a strong sense of community. By taking the design, production and retail of products into their own hands, Kakimori aims to reconnect with local manufacturing, revitalise declining crafts and artisans, and restore circularity for the next generation.

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