Pilot 100th Anniversary Pen Made for Corporate Japan
When Jen told me on the phone she got a Pilot 100th Anniversary pen as a gift last week, I was stunned. Curious that even Elephant & Coral have not seen the Pilot 100th Anniversary Pen, where did she gets it?
Well, here it is!
It is a smart, black custom heritage fountain pen fitted with a 14kt solid gold nib.
The cap band is engraved with Pilot’s client name, Irohado Okumoto; apparently to commemorate the milestone of this company in Japan’s corporate history.
Tested the nib with some water and I find it to be quite nice to write with but nothing too outstanding.
The Pilot 100th Anniversary Pen made for corporate Japan Okumoto Irohado has a nice packaging which comes in a presentation box and a bottle of Iroshizuku ink.
Though it is a simple black fountain pen made by Pilot, it is nevertheless, not easy to have a Japanese corporate that operates a business for 100 years.
So far, we have seen two such pens that were made for corporate Japan because of their excellent relationship with Pilot Corporation. The other piece of pen was made for the 105th Anniversary of Hokkaido.
Of course, Jen is not going to leave this pen with me..but one thing for sure she wants the actual Pilot 100th anniversary pen that everyone is waiting for.