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Shachihata Iromoyo Warabe Mini Ink Pad (20 Colours)


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3.5 x 3.5 x 2 cm
Oil-based pigment ink
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Shachihata Iromoyo Warabe is the mini version of the original Iromoyo ink pad! "Warabe" means child in Japanese, not only do these ink pads are created a mini size, but they're also designed for children to use. The Shachihata Iromoyo feature beautiful Japanese colours which are traditionally used in Japanese arts, literatures, textiles and crafts. Most of the colour names originate from the names of plants, flowers, and animals that bore or resembled them.

Shachihata ink pads are known for their fast-drying oil-based inks. The ink pad has an ultra-fine surface which allows your rubber stamp to hold appropriate amount of ink by pressing on the ink pad gently. With Shachihata ink pad, you could get a delicate pattern printed clearly and evenly on the paper, even for small rubber stamps or those with fine lines.

As the inks do not bleed through most papers and can be wiped off with a moistened tissue, you can change colours easily and use them for creating multicolour artworks.

The palm-sized ink pad comes with a transparent cover labeled with the colour name. The lid is designed thoughtfully so that you could stack the ink pads together on your desk, making them perfect for collection.

  • 3.5 x 3.5 x 2 cm
  • Oil-based pigment ink
  • 20 colours are available
  • Made In China

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Shachihata is a Japanese stationery brand founded in 1925. At its founding stage, the "Perpetual Stamp Pad" was developed and released that allowed ink to penetrate and prevented the stamp pad from drying out. Being an expert in stamps and inks for almost 100 years, Shachihata continues to propose new ways to use stamps that are not limited to office work, but also for home use. In 2020, the “Iromoyo” stamp pads were created and launched focusing on decoration, and have then become the most popular ink pads among the journaling and scrapbooking communities.