It is said that Japan's first Baumkuchen was baked after World War I on Ninoshima Island, nicknamed Aki Kofuji. Nowadays, it is a mecca for modern art and attracts many tourists. The color of the baked surface and white dough inside are expressed in this ink.
Color Traveler Ninoshima Baumkuchen (似島バウムクーヘン) fountain pen ink is a yellow color.
Color Traveler is a brand of Tayama Bungu, which has been in the stationery business in Hiroshima, Japan for over 115 years. Color Traveler inks are focused around the concept of travel, such as destination towns and their histories, special products and local goods, and other items which can accompany trips. The idea behind these inks is wanting people to enjoy Japan, its towns, and their histories. It would be great for others to get to know these sights and special products, and for them to possibly visit the cities represented by each color.
- Volume: 30ml
- Bottle Material: Glass
- Color: Yellow
- Mini Travel Brochure Included
- Empty 5ml Mini Bottle + Label Stickers Included
- Eye Dropper Included