Nakagawa Colors

Nakagawa enogu is making pigments and gofun since 1897. They developped the famous watercolor painting Gansai, one of the best in Asia. Adam Montmartre is the first in France to provide Nakagawa products. To order Tennen Iwa Enogu, Shin Iwa Enogu, Kyojyo Iwa Enogu pigments, contact us : adam.montmartre@gmail.com

japanese watercolor painting Nakagawa and Nihonga pigments

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12 colors Kilsang

Price €24.08
Box of 12 colors Gansai Kilsang Nakagawa: Known for these bright colors and sharp edges result. In Japan these watercolors paintings are classified as the best thanks to their brightness, their intensity (rich in pigments) and their transparency. They are provided only in Calligraphy and Traditional Paintings’ shops, in Asia (Japan, Corea, Taiwan). Nihonga painters prefer them to Gansai from Kuretake. Adam Montmartre offers you the best of the japanese painting, at the best price. Find the following colors: Enji, Byakuroku, Aokusa, Oudo, Rokusyo, Taisya, Ki, Gunjo, Murasaki, Syu, Ai, Gofun

18 colors Kilsang

Price €33.25
18 colors Gansai Kilsang Nakagawa: Known for these bright colors and sharp edges result. In Japan these watercolors paintings are classified as the best thanks to their brightness, their intensity (rich in pigments) and their transparency. They are provided only in Calligraphy and Traditional Paintings’ shops, in Asia (Japan, Corea, Taiwan). Nihonga painters prefer them to Gansai from Kuretake. Adam Montmartre offers you the best of the japanese painting, at the best price. Find the following colors: Taisya, Rokusyo, Kuro, Koubai, Ai, ki, Aokusa, Wakaba, Murasaki, Beni, Asagi, Byakugun, Oudo, Enji, Gunjo, Gofun, Byakuroku, Syu

24 colors Kilsang

Price €44.08
24 colors Gansai Kilsang Nakagawa: Known for these bright colors and sharp edges result. In Japan these watercolors paintings are classified as the best thanks to their brightness, their intensity (rich in pigments) and their transparency. They are provided only in Calligraphy and Traditional Paintings’ shops, in Asia (Japan, Corea, Taiwan). Nihonga painters prefer them to Gansai from Kuretake. Adam Montmartre offers you the best of the japanese painting, at the best price. Find the following colors: Enji, Byakuroku, Beni, Murasaki, Gunroku, Koubai, Oudo, Rokusyo, Taisya, Aokusa, Uguisucha, Shinsya, Ki, Gunjo, Kuro, Asagi, Uguisu, Souroku, Syu, Ai, Gofun, Byakugun, Wakaba, Kuricha

36 colors Kilsang

Price €66.25
36 colors Gansai Kilsang Nakagawa: Known for these bright colors and sharp edges result. In Japan these watercolors paintings are classified as the best thanks to their brightness, their intensity (rich in pigments) and their transparency. They are provided only in Calligraphy and Traditional Paintings’ shops, in Asia (Japan, Corea, Taiwan). Nihonga painters prefer them to Gansai from Kuretake. Adam Montmartre offers you the best of the japanese painting, at the best price. Find the following colors: Enji, Byakuroku, Beni, Murasaki, Gunroku, Koubai, Oudo, Rokusyo, Taisya, Aokusa, Uguisucha, Shinsya, Ki, Gunjo, Kuro, Asagi, Uguisu, Souroku, Syu, Ai, Gofun, Byakugun, Wakaba, Kuricha

Gofun Nakagawa Tube - 40ml

Price €12.42
Gofun Nakagawa Tube - 40ml: The Gofun is a fine powder of oyster shells. It is used with some kinds of japanese paintings and engravings, to highlight the whiteness of the women faces, and to imitate the Oshiroi (opaque white powder) that was covering faces of geishas and courtesans. Normally you have to mix the Gofun with a natural glue, but here it is alread combine. How to use it? Put a volume of Gofun in a cup/container Add 50% of water Use a brush to mix it If you want to make thiner the mixture add water (but only because it will cancel Gofun’s properties) and Hagyo medium (from Shinhan) or Nikawa.

Gofun Shirayuki

Price €12.46
Gofun Shirayuki 150gr : Gofun is an opaque white pigment made from pulverized high quality oyster shells. It has a pearl like luster. Used in Nihonga Painting, in traditional japanese doll making, and also often splashed on a print to imitate effects such as snow in a three dimensional manner. It is made from natural clam shell, by allowing Oyster shells to decompose until all organic matter is gone then grinding the remaining shell. Like on the video above you need to mix gofun with melted nikawa (Japanese traditional glue). The Shirayuki is a 100% pure Gofun.

Gofun Hakujujirushi

Price €19.97
Gofun Hakujujirushi 150gr : Gofun is an opaque white pigment made from pulverized high quality oyster shells. It has a pearl like luster. Used in Nihonga Painting, in traditional japanese doll making, and also often splashed on a print to imitate effects such as snow in a three dimensional manner. It is made from natural clam shell, by allowing Oyster shells to decompose until all organic matter is gone then grinding the remaining shell. Like on the video above you need to mix gofun with melted nikawa (Japanese traditional glue). The Shirayuki is a 100% pure Gofun.

Gofun Hakurei

Price €16.83
Gofun Hakurei 150gr (with the glue)  : Gofun is an opaque white pigment made from pulverized high quality oyster shells. It has a pearl like luster. Used in Nihonga Painting, in traditional japanese doll making, and also often splashed on a print to imitate effects such as snow in a three dimensional manner.  It is made from natural clam shell, by allowing Oyster shells to decompose until all organic matter is gone then grinding the remaining shell. Like on the video above you need to mix gofun with melted nikawa (Japanese traditional glue). The Hakurei is Gofun already mixed with the animal glue.

Gofun Kimpo-Jirushi

Price €24.96
Gofun Kimpo-Jirushi pur : Gofun is an opaque white pigment made from pulverized high quality oyster shells. It has a pearl like luster. Used in Nihonga Painting, in traditional japanese doll making, and also often splashed on a print to imitate effects such as snow in a three dimensional manner. It is made from natural clam shell, by allowing Oyster shells to decompose until all organic matter is gone then grinding the remaining shell. Like on the video above you need to mix gofun with melted nikawa (Japanese traditional glue). The Kimpo-Jirushi is a 100% extra-pure professional Gofun.

Glue for Gofun 100gr

Price €5.54
Glue for Gofun - 100gr: Natural glue used by Nihonga painters (in traditional asian paintings). It is the equivalent of Hagyo medium, except that it comes in granules. This glue has to be mixed with the pure Gofun (Shiruyaki). Then you can paint.

Glue for Gofun 250gr

Price €12.42
Glue for Gofun - 250gr: Natural glue used by Nihonga painters (in traditional asian paintings). It is the equivalent of Hagyo medium, except that it comes in granules. This glue has to be mixed with the pure Gofun (Shiruyaki). Then you can paint.

Glue for Gofun 500gr

Price €20.79
Glue for Gofun -500gr: Natural glue used by Nihonga painters (in traditional asian paintings). It is the equivalent of Hagyo medium, except that it comes in granules. This glue has to be mixed with the pure Gofun (Shiruyaki). Then you can paint.

Glue for Gofun 250gr

Price €16.58
Glue for Gofun - 250gr: Natural glue used by Nihonga painters (in traditional asian paintings). It is the equivalent of Hagyo medium, except that it comes in granules. This glue has to be mixed with the pure Gofun (Shiruyaki). Then you can paint.

Glue for Gofun 250gr

Price €21.63
Glue for Gofun - 500gr: Natural glue used by Nihonga painters (in traditional asian paintings). It is the equivalent of Hagyo medium, except that it comes in granules. This glue has to be mixed with the pure Gofun (Shiruyaki). Then you can paint.

Glue for Gofun 250gr

Price €7.92
Glue for Gofun - 250gr: Natural glue used by Nihonga painters (in traditional asian paintings). It is the equivalent of Hagyo medium, except that it comes in granules. This glue has to be mixed with the pure Gofun (Shiruyaki). Then you can paint.

Alun 80gr

Price €5.75
Alun 80gr : Natural glue used by Nihonga painters (in traditional asian paintings). It is the equivalent of Hagyo medium, except that it comes in granules. This glue has to be mixed with the pure Gofun (Shiruyaki). Then you can paint.

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