Pilot MYU / Murex Fountain Pens

Sailor Trident Fountain Pens

Optional ink converters and adaptors for Japanese fountain pens


Vintage Japanese Ink Blotters


Guide to Tokyo Pen shops

Pen Events Calendar

Japanese Pen Links

English-Japanese fountain pen phrase list

The Big Three Pen Companies in Japan

Where to get ink cartridges and converters for Japanese fountain pens

Penmanship Links


Modified Ink Converters for Pocket Size Fountain Pens (April 24, 2006)

The 2005 Pen Trading Show in Tokyo (March 12, 2005)

The Maruzen Limited Edition Parker Duofold Rashin (June 27, 2004)

The Amazing All-angle Sailor Trident (June 9, 2004)

Photo Album: 2004 Pen Trading Show in Tokyo (March 27, 2004)

Photo Album: The 6th Annual Mitsukoshi World Fountain Pen Fair (March 8, 2004)

The Legendary Pilot Murex (December, 2003)

The Hakase Pen Event 2003 (October, 2003)

The 2003 Fuente Event (October, 2003)

Snooping around the Nakaya Fountain Pen Company(October, 2003)

The Japanese Yatate (August, 2003)

A Visit to the Nakaya Fountain Pen Company (July, 2003)

Photo Album: 2003 Pen Trading Show in Tokyo (March, 2003)

Photo Album: The 5th Annual Mitsukoshi World Fountain Pen Fair (March, 2003)

A visit with Wajima urushi and maki-e artists (December, 2002)

Sailor's Pen Doctor, Mr. Kawaguchi (October, 2002)

The Pilot Pen Station (October, 2002)

H-Works Titanium Pens (October, 2002)

The 2002 Hakase Pen get together (October, 2002)

The 2002 Fuente Event (October, 2002)

A visit with two maki-e artists in Aizu (September, 2002)

The Ohashi-Do booth (March, 2002)

The Nakaya Pen booth (March, 2002)

The 4th Annual Mitsukoshi World Pen Fair (March, 2002)

The Second Annual Pen Trading Show in Tokyo (February, 2002)

Giovanni Abrate comes to Tokyo with Filcao Pens (January, 2002)

The Hakase Pen Event (October, 2001)

The Pilot Pen clinic with Mr. Komiya (October, 2001)

The Sailor Pen clinic with Mr. Nagahara (October, 2001)

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