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Namiki Iroshizuku 50ml Ink - 100th Anniversary Ebisu (LE)
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In honour of the 100th Anniversary of Pilot, special Iroshizuku inks have been created. Each of these limited edition bottled colour inks has been carefully created to evoke the character of its corresponding god of good fortune. This centennial commemorative product is a limited edition and will no longer be available once sold out. The glass ink bottle contains 50 ml ink.

Each of these inks takes inspiration from the colours associated with each of the Seven Gods of Good Fortune. Here are the colours and some information about each of the Seven Gods:

Ebisu (Light Blue)
In ancient times, Ebisu was worshiped as the god of plentiful fishing. Now, however, he is regarded as the god of happiness and prosperity who makes everything from businesses to crops plentiful. This light blue ink reflects the colour of the sparkling sea, also depicted on the fountain pen, around the rock on which Ebisu is sitting.

Daikoku-ten (Yellow)
Daikoku-ten is believed to be the god of treasure as well as happiness, prosperity and better fortune that rules food and wealth. The yellow ink echoes the colour of the straw rice-bag, also depicted on the fountain pen, upon which Daikoku-ten is sitting.

Bishamon-ten (Red)
Bishamon-ten is believed to be the god of financial good fortune and competition. The red ink echoes the colour of the flames, also depicted on the fountain pen, emanating from the halo that is floating behind him.

Benzai-ten (Coral Pink)
Benzai-ten is unique among the Japanese Seven Gods of Good Fortune, in that she is the only goddess. Today, she is worshiped as the god of wisdom, and is said to represent the virtue that exists in a marriage bond. The coral pink-coloured ink echoes the colour of the Benzai-ten抯 Kimono, also depicted on the fountain pen.

Fuku-roku-ju (Green)
Taoism抯 three virtues which are the perpetuation of one抯 descendants, health and longevity, are known as Fuku-roku-ju. Today, Fuku-roku-ju is worshiped as the god of personal virtue. The green ink echoes the colour of the turtle, also depicted on the fountain pen, on which Fuku-roku-ju is riding.

Juro-jin (Purple)
Juro-jin is worshipped as the god of longevity and prolonged life as well as wealth and longevity. The purple ink echoes the colour of the Juro-jin抯 Kimono, also depicted on the fountain pen.

Hotei-son (Black-Green)
Hotei-son is widely regarded as a god of good fortune and matrimonial happiness, believed to impart riches, status and prosperity. The black-green ink echoes the colour of Hotei-son抯 necklace, also depicted on the fountain pen.

For 100 years, PILOT has been synonymous with the provision of new writing solutions.
By listening to their customers, Pilot's research has enabled them to create new standards in terms of comfort and innovative products.

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