What are Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pens and Where can You Buy Them?

What are Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pens and Where can You Buy Them?

If you love brush pens for use in calligraphy and other art work, you may still not have heard of a brand called Tombow Fudenosuke.

Tombow Fudenosuke is a Japanese brand of brush pens that is used by many of the world’s top calligraphers, and by other artists who really want the finest brush pens for their work.

If you are interested in improving your calligraphy or other art work, you may also want to look at Tombow Fudenosuke pens.

Whereto buy Tombow Fudenosuke brush pens? — While you can, of course, buy them from many pen, brush and stationary shops in Japan, this can get quite expensive. Especially when prices are high and shipping costs are even higher.

Luckily, there are several online shops that import these types of higher end pens, and then sell them onto their customers at reduced prices.They can do this simply because they keep their own costs low, and they buy in bulk.

What type of pens do they carry? — Each website carries different pens, but the vast majority sell both the sets of colored brush pens, and the black pens Tombow Fudenosuke has become known for.

If this is your first time buying this brand of pen, you may want to buy a set of each. After all, once you have used them a few times, you will be desperate to own more.

Wholesale prices keep them even cheaper — Several online shops also sell these pens at wholesale prices, so you can buy them even cheaper.

If you cannot afford to buy a larger number than you need so that you can get a wholesale price, why not ask artist friends if they are interested in purchasing a wholesale lot with you?

You could all end up with high-end pens at an affordable price.


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