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Kuru Toga Pencil







$7.00

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The Mitsubishi Kuru Toga is one of our absolute favorite mechanical pencils. It rotates the pencil lead as you write using only the kinetic energy created by your pencil strokes. The rotating lead results in a uniformly sharp point (instead of the chisel-tip that can develop) which means neater lines and a stronger lead. The grip is even clear so you can see the rotating mechanism as you write. It is no wonder that our customers love this pencil.


A High Grade version of the standard Kuru Toga is available.

Also try the new Uni Alpha Gel Kuru Toga with a very comfortable grip.


Check out the Kuru Toga Roulette for another professional Kuru Toga option.


Note: do not load more than two leads into this pencil at one time to avoid jamming.


  • .5 or .3 mechanical pencil lead
  • Comes in six colors: green, black, pink, silver, blue, and orange
  • 4 additional new colors as of Fall 2014: baby pink (lighter than the original pink), violet, red, and navy
  • Try Kuru Toga Lead!
  • Self-rotating to keep lines as precise as possible
  • Refillable eraser


 

10/23/2015
Penny
5 of 5 Stars
I own two of these pencils and use them every day. I keep one in my crossword puzzle book and another I carry with me. I love how they write and the lead rarely breaks like the cheap mechanical ones.
11/28/2013
Theresa
5 of 5 Stars
The Kuru Toga has quickly become my favorite pencil. I am artist who uses "delicate" lines to get the best detail out of my work. While some would argue that its not "proper" for a artist, I personally believe it is not what you use but how you use it! The Kuru Toga keeps lines crisp, straight and clear. The genius of this pencil's mechanism functions to makes it possible for fine work. While the barrel is somewhat thick(as I prefer thin) the pencil still maintains a light feather feel. Which is what I need for swift and quick lines. I highly recommend this pencil both artists and writers alike!
01/29/2013
Katherine
5 of 5 Stars
The best I've used! My fiance bought me this pencil in silver at a Japanese super market and I instantly fell in love with it. Writes smoothly, keeps the lead coming so you don't have to shake it too often. The best mechanical pencil I've ever had.
08/17/2012
Erika
5 of 5 Stars
This is my second order of this pencil from Tokyo Pen Shop. I loved it so much that I had to get another, and I will probably by a few more once school starts. I love that the lead rotates because I am a heavy writer and I am very prone to the "chisel tip" that happens if you don't rotate your pencil. To make things worse, I always hold the pencil the same way, so normally, I just end up breaking off some lead and starting over. With this pencil, I don't have to worry about that. It's a little more expensive than other mechanical pencils, but definitely worth the investment if you do a lot of writing.
06/18/2012
Lilly
5 of 5 Stars
These are the very best mechanical pencil for the money. They are very well made and write like a dream.
11/14/2011
Jolene
2 of 5 Stars
Disappointing. I've had the pencil less than two weeks and it has already stopped rotating. It looks cool, but basically is not much different than your average disposable mechanical pencil. Definitely not worth the $$.
09/28/2011
Kathleen
4 of 5 Stars
All the great things that everyone has written about this Kuro Toga mechanical pencil is true. The only reason that I didn't give it 5 stars is that while I like it a lot, it won't replace my Kuro Toga Roulette (metal body) pencil. I was hoping to find a cheaper alternative, but personally I prefer the size and weight of the metal body. This is a great alternative for my pencil case though and I love the bright colors.
09/12/2011
Zubair
5 of 5 Stars
Best mechanical pencil ever made! The rotation device which you can see on through the transparent grip portion rotates the pencil lead so it never gets that sharp edge that can cut through the paper you're writing on. You can tell it rotates by looking at the little white logo. This is a unique feature that i havent seen on any other pencil. I do a lot of studying and pencil in a lot of my notes on my review texts. So this pencil was a must have for me. The design and the colors are very attractive. I owe 2 of them (the black and the blue). I would recommend this to anyone, student or professional.
11/13/2010
David
5 of 5 Stars
I absolutely love this pencil. The concept is brilliant and work as advertised. It's built well, the only drawback is the color on the tubing fades/slightly scratches if it's banged around. Apart from that, I don't think I can go back to using a regular mech. pencil due to having a consistent tip that doesn't "flatten" out. That I was my biggest issue with pencils, I hate when they lose their edge and you have to rotate it.
11/12/2010
Stephanie
5 of 5 Stars
I ordered one of these pens and loved it so much, I had to have another! I am currently a full time student taking medical terminlogy and the class textbook has areas to write in as you learn the breakdown and origin of each term. The Kuru Toga Pencil writes effortlessly on the semi-glossy pages and the lead never leaves those little hash marks that are so common in other mechanical pencils. For me, the grip is comfortable and my hand never gets tired, even after 3-4 hours straight of writing and studying. The Kuru Togu Pencil is not only extremely functional, but great looking as well. I may just have to get all the colors..._smiles_
02/02/2009
Sean
4 of 5 Stars
Just got my order. Very fast shipment! Keep up the good work! The Kuru Toga keeps a very fine line. It is fun to watch the mechanism move back and forth. TPS seems to be the only place on the web where I could buy it! The only drawback that I could find so far is the lack of a better grip. I prefer a gel grip, or something with some give to it. The Kuru Toga has a solid clear barrel to allow you watch the logo work its way around the mechanism. There is a small rubber grip below the view window to prevent slippage, but I think it is not enough.