Tombow's flagship colored pencil, the Irojiten Color Encyclopedia, is known for coming in edited sets by landscape palette. In this comprehensive set of 36, it comes in a new form, presented in a flat, book-like box. The pencils are pigmented and permanent and the package includes an information booklet as well as a swatch sheet for you to fill in.
Steeped in history and fiercely dedicated to innovation, Tombow is one of Japan’s leading writing instrument makers. They got their start in 1913 as a pencil manufacturer and adopted their current brand name, which means “dragonfly” in Japanese, in the 1920s. In addition to pencils, they’ve become recognized for their Mono erasers, which just might be the most recognizable plastic eraser in the world.