The following is a list of commonly used brushes and brushes for ink painting.
Tuketate Fude, Menso Fude, Senbyo Fude, and Hake are often used for ink painting.
Especially in ink painting, there is a technique in which a single brush is freely manipulated to create various expressions, and the Tuketate Fude Choryu is a popular brush used for this technique.
This brush is a type of Tsuketate-Fude and is used for painting with sumi ink. It is a typical brush used for Suiboku-ga (ink painting). The Choryu brush has a particularly large head and is very good at containing ink, allowing for a wide range of expression in ink painting.This brush can be used in a variety of ways, from basic to applied use of the brush in ink painting.
This brush is a type of Tsuketate-Fude. It is slightly smaller than the Choryu brush and is often used as a brush for practicing ink painting.This brush, which bears the name of the Maruyama School, one of the leading schools of Japanese painting founded by Maruyama Okyo in the mid-Edo period, is easy to use for beginners in the study of Japanese painting and ink painting.
This brush is a type of Tsuketate-Fude. This brush is made from the hair of a weasel family animal called the pahmi (Oronpy). The bristles are strong and taut, and the entire head has good elasticity, making it possible to draw unique lines in ink painting.
This brush is a type of Tsuketate-Fude. This brush is made almost entirely of soft goat hair, which is well absorbed by water and produces soft lines. This brush is often used for ink painting, but it is also a favorite brush for line drawing, coloring, and blurring in Japanese painting.
This brush is a type of Tsuketate-Fude used in ink painting. This brush is slightly smaller than the Choryu brush and is easy to handle. It can also be used for coloring. It is recommended as a brush for beginning Japanese-style painting and ink painting.
This brush is a kind of Tsuketate-Fude.This brush is made from the bristles of a deer family animal called Sanba (English: Sambar). This brush is very resilient and suitable for bringing out the rough expression in ink painting.
This brush is a type of Tsuketate-Fude. It is designed for ink painting and is designed for practicing basic brushwork.Itachi Unpitsu are the finest ink painting brushes available, with the best brush tip, water retention, and elasticity.
This brush is a type of Tsuketate-Fude. This brush is specially designed for drawing simple pictures (Haiga) to accompany haiku. It can be used for a wide range of purposes including ink painting, line drawing, and coloring.
This brush is a type of Senbyo-Fude (line drawing brush). This brush is used for Japanese-style painting and ink painting when detailed drawing of people and animals is required. It is made of weasel hair or other bristles with fine tips that are very thin and sharp. It is also suitable for detailed coloring and pattern drawing of crafts such as ceramic painting and maki-e (gold-relief lacquering).
This brush is a kind of Senbyo-Fude(line drawing brush). This brush is used for drawing outlines in Japanese painting and ink painting. It is made of itachi (weasel) hair or other bristles with good bristle tips, and is suitable for drawing various contour lines.
This brush is a type of Senbyo-Fude(line drawing brush). This brush is used for painting Japanese-style paintings. The hair of the pahmi (Oronpy) is used for this brush, and the elasticity of the tip is strong, making this brush suitable for drawing strong lines. It is also suitable for drawing unique lines in ink painting.
This brush is a type of Senbyo-Fude (line drawing brush). This brush is made almost entirely of soft goat hair, which allows it to hold water well and produce soft lines. It is a favorite brush for line drawing, coloring, and blurring in Japanese painting.
This brush is for blotting ink or paint. The tip of the brush is round and slightly hard, and it is characterized by its ability to hold a large amount of water. It is used in "Kumadori," one of the expression techniques of Japanese-style painting, to add shading to previously painted colors by adding a lot of water to the brush, or to blur previously painted colors by rubbing the brush without water to create a three-dimensional effect.
This brush is used to apply paint for Japanese-style painting. This brush is also used for Koroku Tensai, in which colors are applied inside the contour lines. It is recommended as a paint brush for watercolor painting as well as for Japanese paints such as iwa-enogu (mineral pigments). It can also be used for various purposes such as painting ceramics.
This brush is a Saishiki-Fude brush with brush tips arranged horizontally. The E-Bake (E-bake) brush often used in Japanese painting has a thick tip and can be used to paint a wide area firmly, but this Renpitsu brush has a thin tip and can paint a wide area softly like a coloring brush.
This brush is an E-Bake (Japanese flat brush) made of goat hair. It is used in Japanese-style painting for ground and water painting, as well as for applying a wide range of paints. It can also be used for drawing. It has a soft drawing feel.It can also be used as a dosa (Japanese sizing agent) brush.
This brush is a flat brush with pahmi (Oronpy) hairs. This is a top-quality flat brush with a good content and more elasticity than E-Bake, which enables uniform and forceful application.
This brush is a flat brush made of badger bristles. Each hair is slightly thicker than the other and has considerable strength all the way to the tip. It can be used like Kara-Bake（唐刷毛） for Japanese-style painting to blur paints or to draw fine stripes. It is also used for painting wood.
This brush is a flat brush made of Sanba (en:Samber) bristles. It is also called Karabake（唐刷毛）. Each hair is very hard and rough, with a thick base and thin tip, and is used in Japanese painting to blur a large surface. It is also used to draw stripes on the painted surface, so it is also used to draw stripes on wood grain patterns when painting wood.