50 ml of ink. I'm never going to like the Sailor Jentle bottles-they're short and squat and frankly not good for filling pens.
Yama-dori is a medium teal with a burgundy sheen. Seasonally, I would use this ink in the fall.
Ink drops make me happy. These are gorgeous.
Dry time: Yama-dori dried in about 45 seconds.
Water resistance: Yama-dori is not water resistant.
Feathering: Yama-dori only feathered on Baron Fig paper, but did great on the other papers.
Show through: Yama-dori had medium show through on all of the papers.
Ink swabs for comparison, left to right (or top to bottom for RSS): Pilot Iroshizuku Syo-ro, Sailor Jentle Yama-dori, and Pilot Iroshizuku Ku-Jaku. Yama-dori has a bit more blue than either of the Pilot inks. To see swabs of the Sailor Jentle inks together, click here.
I used a broad nib on Tomoe River paper. I didn't have any flow issues.
Overall, I really like this ink. It behaves well and has some amazing sheen. Loving it.
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