Sailor Jentle Four Seasons Yama-Dori (Copper Pheasant - Teal) fountain pen ink is smooth-flowing and specifically formulated to be safe for all fountain pens. This is a very distinctive shade of teal with a red sheen. The 50ml glass bottle features an internal removable ink reservoir that makes it possible to fill your pen even when the ink runs low. Cap the bottle, turn it upside down, and then turn it right-side up. The holes on the sides of the reservoir allow ink to flow into the reservoir into which a fountain pen nib can be submerged.
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Volume - 50ml Bottle Material - Glass Color Group - Teal Special Properties - Internal reservoir in bottle for ease of filling.
This ink is wonderful! I love the red sheens it gives off when I write with it in a medium nib!! Also a great dark blue when not sheening. This ink is legendary for a reason!!
Morris MurphyMay 25th 2018
Sailor inj + Mesh
"Wonderful service for great products.
BartlomiejMay 24th 2018
Sailor ink - Yama-Dori
"The color is great. It writes smoothly in all my fountain pens. Dries without smearing.
I will buy more colors from Anderson pens."
GeraldMay 24th 2018
Love the ink! Would definitely buy from Anderson Pens again!
PanosMay 24th 2018
Fantastic ink, color and shading
This is a wonderful wet and lubricated ink that rewards you with amazing shading.
EricMay 24th 2018
That Sheen! That Sheen!
Arguably the best "new" ink (Yes, I know this is a re-release) of the year. beautiful color and the red sheen is super cool. How do they do that?
Alain LecatMay 24th 2018
Sailor Yama-Dori ink
Very nice "Turquoise" ink.
AliMay 24th 2018
I love it, green ink with red sheen. It sheens red more than Emerald of Chivor does. Shipping was superfast, and the ink was well packed.
Arin colmanMay 24th 2018
Stunning color, writes nicely, if on the dry side. Lots of sheen.
Daniel DubnickiMay 24th 2018
Excellent ink and bottle
"I really love the color of this ink, including the shading and sheen. I've used the ink in both a Lamy Vista (M) and Pelikan M400 (M) and it writes very wet with both pens, with no skipping, yet dry times are not unreasonable. I mainly use Iroshizuku inks and find dry times between Kon-Peki and the Sailor Yama-Dori comparable on Clairefontaine 90gsm paper.
The bottle is quite special with the plastic filling insert. I also like the low-profile design of the bottle and feel it's less likely to be knocked over if accidentally bumped."