Yoseka Stationery

Ink Sample - Sailor Yurameku

Kyokkou - 3ml
Yoi - 3ml
Seki - 3ml
Kangyou - 3ml
Itezora - 3ml
Kyokuya - 3ml
Byakuya - 3ml
Amamoyoi - 3ml Click for restock
Kitsune Biyori - 3ml
Zaregokoro - 3ml
Kokoroguma - 3ml
Dategokoro - 3ml
Sukigokoro - 3ml
Hanagokoro - 3ml

This online ink sample goes with our Yoseka ink sample collection card. Our ink samples will come in these tiny adorable glass bottles. 

Pictured left to right: MD Paper, Tomoe River Paper, Life Bank Paper

These bottles are meant to be reusable. Here’s how it works with the ink collection card online:

  • Every time, you pick a few colors along with your order
  • Each time, use the card to keep track of your new colors
  • On your 10th color, we will include a box and return label with your order.
  • Return your 10 empty bottles to us, and your next sample ink is on us 

About Sailor:

Sailor was founded in 1911. The founder Kyugoro Sakata was given a fountain pen by a friend returning from the UK after studying at the Royal Navy. He was inspired and determined to start making fountain pens in Japan. Sailor became the first fountain pen company in Japan, and earned many more firsts in Japan -- first ballpoint pen in 1948, first ink cartridge in 1954 and first brush pen in 1972, etc.

In the 1970's, Sailor made a popular beginner fountain pen, "Candy," that sold more than 15 million within a few years. However, the number of the fountain pen users were declining as ballpoint pens became more mainstream.

In 1981, Sailor decided to go in the opposite direction from their "Candy" pen and began focusing on producing a higher standard series, which is the 1911 series we see today. Their focus on making a higher standard provides a great foundation for their later series of pens. Today, Sailor makes one of the most diverse lines of nibs, some of which are designed for specific writing purposes such as writing musical notes to one that is best for character writing.

Regular Sailor Yurameku ink bottles: