Waiting for 13 months(Urushi is 16 months)

Fountain pen It is scheduled to be completed at the end of April 2024 by now order.
URUSHI option requires +3 months

Light Sepia Ink We have abundant stock

Dark Sepia Ink We have abundant stock

Mr. Yabe abstract art exhibition now being held

A craft exhibition by Masaichi Yabe, an artist of 14-karat gold forged metal fittings that have been used for HAKASE fountain pens for many years, is now being held.

I would like you to feel a world different from the metal fittings used for fountain pens.

If you come to Tottori this spring, please stop by.

Location: Gallery 330 270-8 Maruyamacho, Tottori City ▷ Website

Time: March 10 (Fri) – April 2 (Sun), 2023 11:00-18:00 *Closed every Monday and Tuesday

Mr. Yabe’s abstract art work, rainbow at the entrance of HAKASE

author’s concept
The world is in constant conflict, the natural environment is being destroyed, and Pandora’s box has opened in people’s hearts. I wonder. However, it still rains on the earth (hometown), and the trees (nature) are covered with green, and the rainbow (hope) stands on the branches.
Let us love our hometown and believe in the rainbow (hope) of tomorrow (future). If you do that, something will surely start, and you will be able to regain your kind heart and beautiful hometown.

Mr. Yabe making a 14K solid gold hammered clip for a fountain pen

Fountain pen 14K solid gold hammered clip and ring made by Mr. Yabe

Masaichi Yabe Former Tottori University professor and metalworker

矢部雅一 やべ まさいち 元鳥取大教授で金工家

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The Art of Kintsugi

“Kintsugi” is a pottery restoration technique that uses urushi to adhere and decorate with gold powder.
“Kintsugi”, which is a technique that is precisely because there is a feeling that “it is a waste to throw it away, I want to do something about it”, has been restored to be even more beautiful than the original, and is the “missing beauty” of Japanese “wabi-sabi”. It is a culture that admires
We regard “Kintsugi” as an art, and we propose that you can consider even a precious wood that is not damaged as an option along with urushi coating.

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