When I saw the IG post about the new Bungubox color I just could not wait to get my inky fingers on them!  The two new colors that were released were Omotesando Blue and Ink of Naotora (Red).  The last thing my collection needs are more blues, but its a Bungubox, I could not resist!  And who am I kidding?  One can never have too many blues!

The packaging for this ink is the same as the other Bungubox inks.  Black with gold embossing and cute little Bungubox tape closing the protective wrapping.

The bottle is the regular Sailor bottle with the miser plastic, and the label features a blue tree design.

For this review I decided to ink up my Pilot VP Raden, its a wet writer and since it is a Bungubox ink I wanted to make sure that it was wet enough for some sheen to show (if any of course).

InkJournal Entry:

Line going down on 68GSM Tomoe paper:
Ink Blob:

This ink is definitely sheen-rific!  The sheen is a subtle red, not as pronounced as that on Hakodate Twilight or Eternal Blue, however with this ink when it shades it sheens.  In the photographs its a bit hard to see but believe me it is there!  The flow is amazing and it has all the classic attributes of a well-behaved ink.  I would totally buy another bottle of this.

I leave you now with a photo of the awesome ink mail this came with ^_^