The Namiki Yukari Tanuki was created by the artisan Misa Seki, in Togidashi Taka Maki-e, using gold powder and raden.
Originally from China, peony has been used for its medicinal virtues since antiquity. The beauty of its petals and its sweet fragrance attract attention and demand admiration. Considered as the royal flower, it is often depicted in the world of art, and especially that of literature.
It will be pink for love and romance,
White for modesty and dignity,
Red for honor and respect,
Purple to celebrate friendship.
Represented by 3 on this Yukari Royale fountain pen, and associated with magnificent flickering butterflies, it heralds spring and rediscovered happiness.
The Namiki Yukari Royale Peony and Butterfly fountain pen uses the cartridge/converter filling system.
At the start of the 20th century, a fountain pen utilizing the Japanese traditional art of “Maki-e” was born. The strong and attractive body with a lacquer finish, and the fine and elegant design by the craftsmen are highly acclaimed around the world, and those skills and spirit have been passed down to the world’s most famous name in Maki-e fountain pens: Namiki.