Kaküno Hand Lettering
Fountain Pen Sets

This Pilot Ensō Kaküno Fountain Pen Sets are available in Cherry Blossom or Red Maple and provides you with everything you need to savor the joy of artful writing and drawing. "Kaküno" means "to write" in Japanese, and that's just what this fountain pen helps users to do featuring an appealing smiley face on the finely crafted nib, which when oriented upward, ensures perfect nib position for smooth, expressive writing. Novices will soon be on their way to becoming seasoned fountain pen users, and seasoned users will enjoy the endless creative opportunities the Kaküno fountain pen delivers. Try the different color options in the Red Maple and Cherry Blossom sets!

Cherry Blossom



Inspired by the color and graceful lines of the Japanese Cherry Blossom tree, this kit is ideal for both first-time fountain pen users and experienced writers. Cherry blossoms are a delight to behold, especially when in full riotous bloom symbolizing the importance of taking the time to appreciate the beauty of everyday life. Take the time to savor writing and drawing with a Kaküno fountain pen.

Features
  • 2 Kaküno Fountain Pens
  • Pink Cap with a Grey Barrel (Fine Nib)
  • Grey Cap with a Grey Barrel (Medium Nib)
  • 10 Assorted Refill Cartridges
  • 5 Pink, 5 Grey
  • Instruction Book

Red Maple

Inspired by the striking color and delicate lines of the Japanese Red Maple tree, this kit is ideal for both first-time fountain pen users and experienced writers. Traditionally considered symbols of elegance, serenity, and calm, Red Maples signal the start of autumn when their leaves take on vibrant shades of red and deep, purple blue. Take the time to savor writing and drawing with a Kaküno fountain pen.

Features
  • 2 Kaküno Fountain Pens
  • Red Cap with a Grey Barrel (Fine Nib)
  • Blue Cap with a Grey Barrel (Medium Nib)
  • 10 Assorted Refill Cartridges
  • 5 Red, 5 Blue
  • Instruction Guide


*Additional Ink Color Options are available: 7 ink colors are sold in cartridges and 24 are available with the use of a converter from Pilot’s Iroshizuku bottled inks.