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Ohto Pens Ohto Pens
Ever since they manufactured the world's first pencil-shaped ballpoint pen back in 1949, Ohto's philosophy has been to provide their customers with writing instruments that are better in every way along with being value priced.

Ohto is based in Tokyo, Japan and was founded in 1929 as a manufacturer of inks and dyes. Their 1949 introduction of the pencil-shaped ballpoint was the first Japanese ballpoint pen. In 1960 they developed the first non-smudging ballpoint ink that was resistant to fading, while in 1963 they pioneered a water- based ballpoint pen, the forerunner to today's rollerball. In 1981, Ohto developed the world's first ceramic rollerball refill, and ten years later developed waterproof/fade- proof pigment ink roller pens.

Ohto continues to be an innovative force in the pen industry and is only just beginning to make inroads into the Americas.

Multi Slim 4
Multi Slim 4
Super Promecha
Super Promecha