Ink with a mysterious dual nature, showing glimpses of flashing shine.
A total of 3 colors, each named according to a theme expressing the rich depth of the dark ink colors and the contrasting sheen brilliance they contain.
Blue flame / sheen
Ripe fig / sheen
Dark cave / sheen
～Origin of the name “Dipton” ～
Derived from actions involved in dipping a dip pen into ink before beginning to write.
Dip + “ton”, an onomatopoeia for the tap sound made when pressing the nib against the bottle rim to drip off excess ink.
A total of 3 colors, each named according to a sound theme expressing the rich depth of the dark ink colors and the contrasting sheen brilliance they contain.
Do not use with fountain pens.
Compared to regular fountain pen ink, sheen ink tends to clump and harden more quickly.
Therefore, after each use, be sure to thoroughly wipe off any ink that has gotten on the bottle rim and the inside of the cap (screw cap ridges), and cap tightly.
If ink is not wiped off from the bottle rim/inside of the cap before closing the bottle, the residual ink may harden, causing the cap to get stuck.