"Ainu" means "human", and it's the name of people descendants of Mongoloid migrants who entered the Japanese islands approx 25,000-30,000 years ago and lived in Hokkaido.
In 1997, a new law was passed which provides funds for the research and promotion of Ainu culture such as language, traditional dancing and various ceremonies.
The Ainu collection
Delta's Ainu pens (of Indigenous People series, suck as Masai, Native Americans, Inuit, Tuareg, Maori and Cossacks) are made in a darkish blue resin interweaved with rings in resin of various other colors.
In the cap the capuchon represents a medal used in women's necklace called "tamasay".
The clip offers a three-dimensional representation of the "nipopo"(wooden baby)
1643 fountain pens 1KS
1643 fountain pens IK
43 fp Celebration
The 18-karat solid gold nib is specially designed, customized and flexible.
Ainu has been produced in 1KS version with vermeil trims and lateral lever filling, in 1K version with silver trims and cartridge/converter filling system, and also in rollerball version.