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SKU PIZ10000019F
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Original price Rs. 120,000.00 - Original price Rs. 120,000.00
Original price
Rs. 120,000.00
Rs. 120,000.00 - Rs. 120,000.00
Current price Rs. 120,000.00
Nib Size: Fine


The Platinum Izumo Yakumonuri Togi Yakumo features an intricate Maki-e design inspired by paintings of floating clouds on the ceiling of the sacred shrine in Izumo, Japan. Silver powder and urushi lacquers are hand-applied to the ebonite body of this pen, which utilizes Platinum's convenient and reliable cartridge-converter filling system.

As with any pen you purchase from us, the Izumo Yakumonuri Togi Yakumo qualifies for our complimentary nib tuning services, which help ensure that your pen will not just be a beautiful art object, but also a superb writing instrument, highly suitable for everyday use. Platinum's 18k solid gold nibs also serve as excellent starting points for many of our exclusive nib customizations, which give added flair and distinctiveness to your writing on the page.

Silver powder, color urushi lacquers, and transparent suki-urushi are all used to realize the evocative motif of this pen. The time-intensive process of painting and polishing multiple layers results in average production times of a year or more.



The pen is provided with a decorative paulownia softwood presentation box decorated with kanji-style calligraphy. A stringed pen pouch with a cloud-shaped clasp is also provided, along with starter ink cartridges and a complimentary converter for the use of bottled fountain pen ink. The taste and beauty of the packaging adds to the value of this pen both for collectors and as a lovely gift item.

The floating clouds painted on the ceiling of the Izumo Shrine are used as the motif on the Platinum Izumo Yakumo Byakudan. Starting with an ebonite cap and barrel, gold leaf is first applied to the entire surface. A sea of clouds is then painted around the pen with silver powder and kinsunago (gold dust) is spread throughout as an accent. Additional floating clouds are then painted in brightly colored urushi: red, green, and orange. To accentuate the design, the outlining has been drawn in silver. Lastly, multi-layers of sukiurushi (transparent lacquer) are applied as the finish. Over time, the sukiurushi becomes increasingly more transparent, allowing the design to appear more vibrant and vivid. Each piece created using maki-e is hand-finished by skilled artisans using an amazing number of processes combined with traditional artistic techniques taking many weeks and months to complete.

The Platinum Yakumo Byakudan features the large 18k, two-tone gold nib normally only available in three widths (F, M, and B), but the Nibsmith is proud to be able to offer all six widths the President nib is made in: Ultra Extra Fine, Extra Fine, Fine, Medium, Broad, and Coarse (Double Broad). No other retailer offers as many nib options.

Each Platinum Izumo fountain pen is packaged in a wooden box with a pen kimono and includes a single cartridge and converter Byakudan-nuri is named from its body color changing overtime being similar to Byakudan incense wood (sandalwood) used in Kodo (traditional incense ceremony). The traditional Japanese technique has been passed on through generations.Yakumo, the floating clouds painted on the ceiling of Izumo Shrine, is used as a motif. The arising sea of clouds and the sky are painted on the barrel. It is a fountain pen featured in deep color of makie providing a mystic impression.

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"Izumo" is a place where Japanese gods annually gather and it is still worshiped today since ancient times. It is also recognised for its production of Japanese paper "Washi" and it still remains as one of the places heavily engaged in writing tradition.
In Japanese, "Izumo" is written with Japanese characters that expresses clouds rising up towards the sky.
The "Izumo" brand derived from the founder Shunichi Nakata, who was born in Shimane Prefecture and a place surrounded by majestic nature and holy history. The supreme brand was established with the concept of clouds rising into the sky. The "Izumo" brand is now certified by the city of Izumo, Shimane Prefecture as it serves high quality by each craftmen involved in its production.

Brand : Platinum
Brand Origin : Japan
Body Material : Ebonite
Nib Material : 18K Gold Wide
Surface Finish : Yakumonuri
Nib Size : F, M & B
Filling System : Converter/Cartridge
Converter included : Yes
Mechanism : Screw Cap
Weight : 33.3 g
Size : 154 x 18 mm
Writing Colour : Blue Black
Item Colour : Yakumo Byakudan
Collection : IZUMO

IMPORTANT - Once the order is received by the Customer, if the customer wishes to return the product then he/she has to follow the Return Policy.
No worries….! You just need to inform us, we will schedule a Return Pick-up & our logistics partner will pick-up the Goods from You.
Once we receive the Order back at Our Office, we will process the refund.


For International shipping: standard courier rates as per the transporter is applied.You can track the shipping status of your order on our web store by logging into your account.After despatch, the customer has to follow the steps of Return instead of cancellation.You will receive your order within 3-5 working days of the date of Order placement.Once shipped, the products should reach you anywhere between 2-7 business days. If you do not receive your package within the time indicated by the transporter, for whatever reason, please do call or email us and we will do our best to see that you receive your product at the earliest.

Please note that all orders will be shipped to the shipping address mentioned in your order with an invoice mentioning the price, as per the Indian Tax regulations.

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