The glass pen is a writing implement thought to have been developed in
Japan in 1902.
In 2022, Kuretake released "Kuretake Wood Glass Pen Sembonzakura"
as a commemorative product to celebrate the 120th anniversary of the
The tip of each glass pen is hand-crafted by an
artisan. The tip of the glass pen contains grooves
shaped like the point of a brush, which draw up
ink through capillary action. The pen shaft is
made using natural cherry wood from Mt.
Yoshino in Nara, a designated World Heritage
Site. This allows you to enjoy writing with a
smooth feel and easily absorbed ink.
The pen shaft is made using natural cherry wood from Mt. Yoshino in
Nara, Japan, a designated World Heritage Site.
The pen shaft exquisitely carved from Yoshino cherry wood offers a
feeling of natural warmth and fits your hand better the more you use it.
Since it is a natural material, each product is completely unique, with
subtle variations in color.
The wooden pen rest is also made from natural cherry wood.
The glass pen can be inked and reused again and again