Limited Edition Horitomo Collectible Set
The set includes 12 colors in 4oz bottles and Deluxe Collectible Box with magnetic closure ($20 value)
Odo This color is a yellowish-brown ochre tone reminiscent of straw and the materials related to woodwork. I would also use these for the clothing of Fujin and Raijin. I like using it when I want a subtle color tone.
Moegi This is a color that has been used in Japan since the Heian Period (794-1192). In Kabuki Theatre, this is one of the three colors of the final closing curtain. It is a reserved and subtle green. I find it suitable for the base color of dragons, Fujin, oni, the kimono of samurai, as well as the leaves of kiku (chrysanthemum) and botan (peony).
Wakanae This light subtle green is based on the color of young sprouted rice. It is suitable for Buddhist pieces, kimono patterns and the underside of leaves.
Koji This reddish yellow is connected to Buddhism in Japan. I think it is a nice base color for tigers as well as for metal pieces of samurai armor. This goes well with a bright yellow to give an old-world ukiyo-e irezumi feel.
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Ingredients: Aqua CAS #7732-18-5, Pigments, Glycerin CAS #56-81-5, Isopropyl Alcohol CAS #67-63-0 & Hamamelis CAS #84696-19-5
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