Mount Fuji hasn’t erupted since the early 1700s, but it remains an active volcano to this day. An ancient story claims that it was lit centuries ago by an Emperor for the love of a Moon Princess.
TACCIA Fuji Eternal Flame tells this story in careful brushstrokes. From the fields of bamboo where the young Moon Princess was found to the iconic image of volcanic Mount Fuji detailed on the cap, the layers of expertly applied urushi and delicate maki-e techniques come together in an inspiring image.
Turning the pen over reveals a seamless painting of Mount Fuji across the clip, and further up, you can see starry gold dust representing the Emperor’s message to the Moon Princess still glowing in the sky. You can almost feel the warmth of the lava in the gold-dusted red-orange featured on the cap, section, and body of this pen while you dream, plan, write, draw, and muse with the famous 18K gold King of Pen nib.
TACCIA Fuji Eternal Flame illustrates a love story that has lasted for centuries, and with quality ebonite, urushi materials, and expert Japanese craftsmanship this pen too will last the test of time. This pen is a North American Exclusive, with only 36 numbered pieces available.