Used for drawing things without pinting outlines. Tips are longer and widely used to draw thin lines and coloring. Also used for black-ink paint.
Typical Tuketate-fude is made by using white raccoon dog and goat hair. It is named from Kawai Gyokudo,a famous painter.
A typical Tukitate-fude. It is said that the name of the brush originated from Gyokuran, the wife of Ikeno Taiga. It is also called Maruyama-fude in the Kansai area.
This brush is made from goat hair only (belly and tail). Though it is soft and difficult to controll, modulated lines are easilly drawn and it has good watercolors containment.
This brush is named "Kenyo" meaning to be used in variety for Tsuketate, Senbyo, and Saishiki.
This brush is made from horse tail and raccoon hair (white) mixed with deer samber) hair, making it a brush with resiliency.
This brush is made by rare deer hair called samber, making it rough and coarse to the touch, but loved by painters. It is used for expression of gradiating and blurring.
This special Choryu-fude is made scrupulously by using carefully selected materials (Japanese white raccoon dog and premium goat hair) .
This brush is carefully made using exceptionally selected, lavish weasel hair.