In Kanazawa-Haku fountain pen series, we have meticulously applied “Momi Chirashi,” Japan’s traditional technique that has been used in a folding screen or a painting on fusuma (Japanese sliding doors) since ancient time in Japan. After a gold leaf is extended to a thin square sheet, it is torn into smaller pieces and then pasted together. By pasting these random forms of gold leaf together one by one by all hand, it creates a sense of unlimited depth, giving an elegant glow to the one-of-a-kind body.
The tiger and the pine tree, which are Japan’s representative auspicious motifs, drawn on the gold-leafed barrel make the pen a true masterpiece filled with elegance and dignity.
Barrel : Tiger
Tiger has been painted as an auspicious motif that represents wealth, status and posterity. Among the many paintings of tiger, we have selected “Rosho Mouko-zu (ferocious tiger)” drawn by Okyo Maruyama, a Japanese artist active in the Edo period, for the design to express vigor and loveliness of the tiger.
Cap: Pine tree
Like all evergreen trees, the pine trees that retain their foliage during winter have become the symbol of life and therefore have been used in many paintings. The green color of the leaves growing through the golden clouds make the tiger stand out even more.
Designed with the complete airtight Slip & Seal Mechanism that prevents ink from drying out in the pen, it allows writing with fresh new ink at any time.
Kanazawa-Haku fountain pen “Matsu-Tora” that brings together Japan's traditional and most advance techniques is a perfect gift.
|Cap can post
|Slip & Seal mechanism
|Packaged in a Gift Box
|5.5" L x 0.6" D
|Refills & Inks
|Pine tree and tiger is painted on the pen body
|Guaranteed for quality