Review three of the series and this time two inks. Information on how I obtained these inks can be found here.
The Nambuko or number 7 line is one of the newer lines in the metro featuring advanced technology such as fully automated train operation and platform screen doors. All the trains on this line use 6 cars despite the stations being able to take 8. The name literally means South-North line.
Here with are at review number two. The first two inks in the box on metro colours are red and orange and I feel I have reviewed similar recently in Nemosine inks (Aeolis Palus red and Solar Storm) so decided to start at the end and work backwards. Information about how I obtained these inks can be found here.
The last ink in the box is the Fukutoshin Line.
BUNGU BOX is a fountain pen store located in Hamamatsu, Shizuoka (half way between Tokyo and Osaka). As well as pens Bungubox has established a name for its inks better known as Bungbox inks. The inks are influenced by the climate, natural features ad seasons of the Hamamatsu region. Irrespective of this they are made by Sailor so many will be similar in colour to Sailor inks. Originally the inks were hard to buy outside of Japan but a number of American retailers sell them most notably Vanness Pen shop in Little Rock. All the Bungbox inks I have purchased I have bought through Massdrop.