Although I can't read kanji or katakana, the graphic on the front of the package indicates a fairly large tip.
The Kuretake Disposable Pocket Brush has pretty utilitarian plastic packaging- it's meant to be read, opened, and thrown away.
The pen is all plastic, with a black cap and body. There's gold embossed writing on the body of the pen.
The nib on this pen is really unimpressive, especially compared to other Kuretake brush pens. It's fairly stiff, with very little give, and prone to fraying and becoming mushy with use. I also noticed that although my pen was new in package, it seemed dry and took some working to get the ink going.
|From left to right: Sailor Mitsuo Aida, Pilot Pocket Brush, Kuretake Pocket Pen|
It's hard to manage a variety of lineweights with this pen, which is disappointing considering how the Kuretake Fudebiyori, Pentel Pocket Brush, and Pilot Pocket Brush all perform. While there's a place for all of those pens in my inking arsenal, there's really no place for the stiff, unforgiving Kuretake Disposable Pocket Brush Medium.
I don't recommend giving this pen a shot, honestly. There are far better large brush, affordable brush pens, some of which even do double duty like the Sailor Mitsuo Aida. This misstep has far from burnt me on Kuretake's pens, but I won't be purchasing the Disposable Pocket Brush Pen in Medium again.