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    UNIBALL ONE HANIWA COLLECTION GEL PEN SET 0.38 MM LIMITED EDITION

    UNIBALL ONE HANIWA COLLECTION GEL PEN SET 0.38 MM LIMITED EDITION

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    Uni New Gel-Ink Ballpoint Pen, "Uni-Ball One" has appeared. Uni-Ball One features a newly developed gel ink and a simple shaft design. The new Uni-Ball One has a deeper black color and a more vibrant color than typical gel inks, and can create impressive notes that will look sharper when you look back later. General quick-drying ink achieves quick-drying by increasing the penetration of the ink into the paper. As a result, ink bleeding or strike-through sometimes occurred. The newly developed "Uni-Ball One Ink" enables the liquid component to quickly penetrate into the paper by changing the ratio of the solid and liquid components in the ink, while allowing the solid color material to remain on the paper. Although it is a quick-drying ink that penetrates the paper quickly, it does not bleed or strike through to prevent the color material from being absorbed into the paper. The shaft design is simple and straight. The color ink uses an off-white axis color that blends into the living space, resulting in a calm impression. The oval-shaped "open wire clip" has a stylish design and is a movable clip that can be easily inserted between notebooks and notebooks.

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    What is Haniwa?
    - unglazed terracotta rings, cylinders, and figures of people, animals, and houses which were deposited at Japanese tombs during the Kofun and Asuka Periods (c. 250-710 CE). The exact purpose of these offerings is not known, although it seems likely they were examples of conspicuous consumption of the societal elite or performed some protective function. Many haniwa are particularly detailed in their execution and thus provide a valuable insight into the culture of the period. Standing over one metre in height, the mysterious figures are a striking example of early Japanese sculpture (from WorldHistory.com)

    Tibsize: 0.38 mm
    Ink colors: black, red, blue (set)
    Refillable: yes (click for refills)


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