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Sailor Shikiori Yonaga

6/27/18

This is the first of the Shikiori inks that I've tried, and it's an instant hit. Well, instant in that I inked it up in one pen, and I used up pretty much the whole sample in this TWSBI Eco T. It only took me since January. I'll confess, I have too many pens inked right now. I'm working on that. This ECO got put in a drawer and forgotten about. BUT: it has never had any issue starting back up and writing perfectly. It's a great pen, and this is a really nice ink. As you'll see below, it's not perfect. It's a little prone to misbehavior on bad office paper, and it's a little expensive, but the color and feel of the ink makes it worth it.

Thanks for letting me try it out, Anderson Pens! (Here's the link to the ink.)

BEHOLD:

Written Review


Close Ups




Copy Paper Test



Inky Fingers Currently Inked: Wheat Paper


Ink Journal: Tomoe River


Chromatography



Water Test & Video






Bonus Time!



Color Comparisons!










***This ink sample was provided, free of charge, by Anderson Pens in exchange for this honest review. What you see is what I got. Free ink samples don't sway my reviews in any way that I'm aware of.***
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