If you haven't heard, eraser-tipped pencils are a largely American idea. That said, every now and then you get a really spectacular version from a non-American company. This is Mitsubishi's version: a rich, goldenrod exterior with a solid HB/#2 core and a better-than-average eraser. It's an ideal choice for the pencil lover who can't part with on-pencil correction.
This pencils is labeld "master writing." In the first half of the 20th century, Japanese pencils were labeled with their intended use because of regulations set to monitor the prices pencils were being sold for. Pencils designated for certain uses were meant to have certain characteristics and qualities that were consistent with other brands and reflected in their price. Though this isn't used anymore, the designations are still included in most pencil designs.
Mitsubishi Pencil Company (which is unrelated to Mitsubishi, the conglomerate), was founded in Tokyo in 1887 as the first Japanese pencil manufacturer. Though they’re still known for their quality pencils, Mitsubishi also makes a full range of highly innovative pens under the brand Uni, which stands for “Unique”.
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