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Top 15 Best Japanese Gel Pens in 2021 - Tried and True! (Muji, Pentel, and More)

The smooth writing tip, the way it glides over the paper, and the beautiful, vibrant colors are just parts of what is attractive about gel pens. And nowadays, there are plenty of them on the market today. Even the smallest improvement in design and the faintest sparkling of genius can make a difference between them. 

So this time around, we ordered the 15 most popular gel pens from Japan’s e-commerce giants (such as Amazon, Rakuten, and kakaku.com) and tested for the following:

  1. How the Grip Felt
  2. Balance
  3. The Color, Feel, and Depth of the Ink
  4. How the Nib Felt against Paper
  5. How Smudgeproof it was
  6. Design

This is how we tested and found the most exceptional Japanese gel pens. With tip contributions from lettering artist Mhelanie, we also prepared a buying guide.

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Top 15 Best Japanese Gel Pens

First off, we'll introduce the 15 best Japanese gel pens available online. They were ranked by how well they did on our tests and given an overall score ranging from 1.0 to 5.0.


※Please note that these products were not picked by Mhelanie, but chosen through extensive research and by combing through customer reviews by our staff at mybest.

1
Japanese三菱鉛筆 ユニボール シグノ RT1
Grip4.0
Ink color4.0
Balance4.0
Feel on paper5.0
Design5.0
Smudgeproof5.0
Overall score5.0
2
Japaneseパイロットコーポレーション ゲルインキボールペン ジュース アップ
Grip3.0
Ink color5.0
Balance5.0
Feel on paper4.0
Design4.0
Smudgeproof5.0
Overall score5.0
3
Japaneseゼブラ サラサグランド
Grip4.0
Ink color4.0
Balance5.0
Feel on paper3.0
Design4.0
Smudgeproof5.0
Overall score5.0
4
Japaneseコクヨ エラベルノ
Grip5.0
Ink color2.0
Balance4.0
Feel on paper3.0
Design5.0
Smudgeproof4.0
Overall score4.0
5
Japaneseゼブラ サラサクリップ
Grip4.0
Ink color3.0
Balance5.0
Feel on paper3.0
Design3.0
Smudgeproof5.0
Overall score4.0
6
Japaneseサクラクレパス ボールサイン ノック
Grip3.0
Ink color5.0
Balance4.0
Feel on paper4.0
Design3.0
Smudgeproof3.0
Overall score4.0
7
Japanese無印良品 さらさら描けるゲルボールペンノック式
Grip3.0
Ink color3.0
Balance4.0
Feel on paper3.0
Design2.0
Smudgeproof5.0
Overall score4.0
8
Japaneseパイロットコーポレーション ゲルインキボールペン ジュース
Grip3.0
Ink color3.0
Balance2.0
Feel on paper3.0
Design4.0
Smudgeproof4.0
Overall score3.0
9
Japanese三菱鉛筆 UNI ゲルボールペン ユニボールシグノ 0.5mm
Grip2.0
Ink color4.0
Balance1.0
Feel on paper3.0
Design3.0
Smudgeproof5.0
Overall score3.0
10
Japaneseゼブラ サラサドライ
Grip3.0
Ink color3.0
Balance3.0
Feel on paper3.0
Design3.0
Smudgeproof1.0
Overall score3.0
11
Japaneseぺんてる エナージェル・エックス
Grip2.0
Ink color5.0
Balance2.0
Feel on paper3.0
Design3.0
Smudgeproof1.0
Overall score3.0
12
Japanese三菱鉛筆 ユニボール シグノ 307
Grip2.0
Ink color5.0
Balance3.0
Feel on paper2.0
Design2.0
Smudgeproof2.0
Overall score2.0
13
Japaneseパイロットコーポレーション ハイテックC
Grip1.0
Ink color2.0
Balance2.0
Feel on paper1.0
Design3.0
Smudgeproof3.0
Overall score2.0
14
Japaneseぺんてる ハイブリッド
Grip2.0
Ink color1.0
Balance1.0
Feel on paper2.0
Design1.0
Smudgeproof2.0
Overall score1.0

Compare the Best Japanese Gel Pens

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Mitsubishi Uni-ball Signo RT1 1

Mitsubishi

2
Pilot Juice Up Gel Pen 04 1

Pilot

3
Zebra SARASA Grand 1

Zebra

4
Kokuyo Eraberno 1

Kokuyo

5
Zebra SARASA Clip 1

Zebra

6
Sakura Craypas Ballsign Knock Gel Pen 1

Sakura Craypas

7
Muji Smooth Writing Gel Pen 1

Muji

8
Pilot Juice Gel Pen 1

Pilot

9
Mitsubishi Uni-ball Signo 1

Mitsubishi

10
Zebra SARASA Dry 1

Zebra

11
Pentel Energel X 1

Pentel

12
Mitsubishi Uni-ball Signo 307 1

Mitsubishi

13
Pilot Hi-Tec-C 1

Pilot

14
Pentel Hybrid 1

Pentel

Name

Uni-ball Signo RT1

Juice Up Gel Pen 04

SARASA Grand

Eraberno

SARASA Clip

Ballsign Knock Gel Pen

Smooth Writing Gel Pen

Juice Gel Pen

Uni-ball Signo

SARASA Dry

Energel X

Uni-ball Signo 307

Hi-Tec-C

Hybrid

Features

Ink, Design, and Comfort–This Has it All!

Cutting-Edge Technology With a Fine Point and Smooth Writing

A Solid Design Adds to Both Classiness and Practicality

Customizable and Fits Any Hand

The Blend of Quality and Price Has Earned This Pen a Dedicated Following

Ink Flow is Rich but the Nib Scratches Satisfyingly Against Paper

Makes for Smooth Writing, as the Name Promises

The Ink Flow is Pretty Much Perfect

A Good Choice if You Like Scratchy Pens

Not the Most Water-Resistant but Dries Fast Enough to Work Effectively on Any Paper

Writes in Clear, Crisp Letters

Takes a Long Time to Dry, but Writes Smooth as Silk

The 0.25 mm Nib Could be a Deal-Breaker or Deal-Maker

Charming, Old-Timey Design With a Good Scratch on Paper

Price$2.85$3.60$11.50$0.82$1.75$2.80$1.50$1.80$2.85$2.65$1.80$2.10$3.70$3.51
Japanese三菱鉛筆 ユニボール シグノ RT1パイロットコーポレーション ゲルインキボールペン ジュース アップゼブラ サラサグランドコクヨ エラベルノゼブラ サラサクリップサクラクレパス ボールサイン ノック無印良品 さらさら描けるゲルボールペンノック式パイロットコーポレーション ゲルインキボールペン ジュース三菱鉛筆 UNI ゲルボールペン ユニボールシグノ 0.5mmゼブラ サラサドライぺんてる エナージェル・エックス三菱鉛筆 ユニボール シグノ 307パイロットコーポレーション ハイテックCぺんてる ハイブリッド
Grip4.03.04.05.04.03.03.03.02.03.02.02.01.02.0
Ink color4.05.04.02.03.05.03.03.04.03.05.05.02.01.0
Balance4.05.05.04.05.04.04.02.01.03.02.03.02.01.0
Feel on paper5.04.03.03.03.04.03.03.03.03.03.02.01.02.0
Design5.04.04.05.03.03.02.04.03.03.03.02.03.01.0
Smudgeproof5.05.05.04.05.03.05.04.05.01.01.02.03.02.0
Overall score5.05.05.04.04.04.04.03.03.03.03.02.02.01.0
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Products That Didn't Make The Cut

Products That Didn't Make The Cut

Muji Gel-Ink Ballpoint Pen received the absolute lowest score on all of our tests, excluding the one for fastness. Muji’s known for stripping all excess from its designs, but this time that worked against them. What we lost was the grip, leaving us with a pin-straight barrel. It seems like when it comes to gel pens, less is not more.


However, because Muji utilizes pigment-based ink, it didn’t blur at all. It also didn’t feel horrible when we put pen to paper, so if you don’t mind the design and having a barrel your fingers will keep slipping down on, then this is still a viable choice.

How We Tested the Gel Pens

How We Tested the Gel Pens
Now to introduce the 15 most popular Japanese gel pens that we ordered and the process by which we tested them.
We then tested for each of the following things:
  1. How the Grip Felt
  2. Balance
  3. The Color, Feel, and Depth of the Ink
  4. How the Nib Felt Against Paper
  5. How Smudgeproof it Was
  6. Design

Test ① How the Grip Felt

Test ① How the Grip Felt

First, we tested the most important factor of how a pen feels in your hand: grip. We looked to see if there was even a grip to begin with; then we looked at the shape, thickness, and material of the grip, and how much resistance to slide and sweat it offered. We ranked the pens on a scale from 1.0 to 5.0.

Kakuyo Eraberno Was the Unanimous Winner With its Customization Options

Kakuyo Eraberno Was the Unanimous Winner With its Customization Options
All of our testers were enamored with Kokuya’s Eraberno. The grip had a level surface with grooves carved into either side, guiding our fingers into very natural positions.
In Japanese, “eraberu” is to choose; the name of this pen is a play on words. The grip comes in three sizes–thin, medium–and thick–and you can choose one according to your preferences, the size of your hand, and how you hold your pen.
The freedom also acts as a double-edged sword, however. If you choose wrong with this pen–whether that be the size of the grip or the thickness of the nib–then it suddenly loses all its appeal. Make sure you understand your preferences before purchasing.

Test ② Balance

Test ② Balance

Next, we tested a great influencer of how easy a pen is to hold and control: balance. We took the pens up in our hand and looked not only at where the center of balance was but at overall weight. We then considered the pros and cons of overall weight distribution and graded each pen on a scale from 1.0 to 5.0.

Different Designs and Price Points for Work for Different Walks of Life

Different Designs and Price Points for Work for Different Walks of Life
After a long string of pens that we could only call mediocre, we finally found three products that pulled ahead of the pack. They were Zebra’s SARASA Clip and SARASA Grand, as well as Pilot’s Juice Up.

Zebra’s SARASA Clip is available in Japan for just 100 yen (about a dollar), making it ideal for broke university students. The SARASA Grand is a bit classier, making it a viable option for business.

Finally, there’s Pilot’s Juice Up, which has the clip attached at the very tip of the clicker so you can clip the pen into a notebook and not have any of it peek over the top. All three were well-balanced; no matter which you choose, you’ll be lifting a lot of pressure off your writing hand.

Test ③ The Color, Feel, and Depth of the Ink

Test ③ The Color, Feel, and Depth of the Ink

You can’t write well without good ink. Therefore, our next test focused on the color, feel, and depth of the ink. For the purposes of this test, we wrote solely with black ink. We then each graded each pen on a scale from 1.0 to 5.0.

Pentel’s Energel X, Nicknamed "The Job-Hunting Pen", was the Majority Favorite

Pentel’s Energel X, Nicknamed "The Job-Hunting Pen", was the Majority Favorite
This time around, Pentel’s Energel X came out on top. Even though it’s dye-based, the ink was a clear, dark black, and we could see why it’s used so often when job-hunting in Japan. (Our resumes are typically handwritten so that the company can judge your penmanship.) It could be used in professional settings.
The pen was easy to control, as the ink came out as smooth as water and yet wasn’t slippery enough to cause any unwanted swerves. It was light and had none of the slick, slimy texture of certain oil-based inks. There was also, of course, no unwanted friction.

By the way, Sakura’s Ballsign Retractable, Mitsubishi Pencil’s uni-ball Signo 307, and Pilot’s Gel Ink Ballpoint Pen Juice Up also received a score of 5.0.

Test ④ How the Nib Felt Against Paper

Test ④ How the Nib Felt Against Paper

Next, we looked at another great influencer of writing experience: how the nib feels against paper. We paid attention to how it felt when we wrote–whether the pen flowed on the paper or whether we could hear any scratching. We then ranked each pen on a scale from 1.0 to 5.0.

Mitsubishi Uni-ball Signo RT 1 Received Top Points From All of Our Testers

Mitsubishi Uni-ball Signo RT 1 Received Top Points From All of Our Testers

When it came to feel, Mitsubishi’s Uni-ball Signo RT1 was on a completely different level from all the other pens we tested, being the only product to receive a 5.0 rating.

The secret to that smoothness was its “edgeless tip.” By removing the corner at the very tip of the body of the pen (not the nib), Mitsubishi Pencil ensured there would be less friction between pen and paper; even if you were to hold the pen at a tilted angle, your writing would still flow smoothly.
The ballpoint, too, was well-engineered, designed to not scratch the surface of your paper. The pen itself was very easy to control. Even if you do have poor penmanship, there’s a chance you could tidy up your writing by simply trying out this pen.

Test ⑤ How Smudgeproof it Was

Test ⑤ How Smudgeproof it Was

If you need your words to last, then you need to check how fast the ink holds. We purchased some paper that’s so resistant to water, you could take notes with it underwater. We then wrote on the paper with each of the pens, soaked the written sheet in water for five minutes, and waited for it to dry.

We then took everything into consideration–the ink’s resistance to water, as well as how long it took to dry and how much it bled the second it was set on to paper–and gave each pen a grade ranging from 1.0 to 5.0.

Two of Our Contenders Held Fast and are Thus Perfect for Addressing Packages and Envelopes

Two of Our Contenders Held Fast and are Thus Perfect for Addressing Packages and Envelopes
Muji’s Smooth Writing Gel Ballpoint Pen and Mitsubishi Pencil’s uni-ball Signo RT1, both of which utilize pigment-based ink, didn’t blur at all. They’d be good contenders for addressing envelopes or packages.
On the other hand, inky pens like Pentel’s Hybrid and the uni-ball Signo did have some bleed-through and ghosting, depending on the type of paper we used. They’re all pens with water-resistant pigment-based ink, but they may perform differently depending on the pen and paper used.

Also, while most Japanese gel pens are pigment-based, there are still many products that are dye-based, which is of course weak to water. It’s something to look out for when you’re shopping.

Test ⑥ Design

Test ⑥ Design

Finally, we looked at design. Of course, we took superficial things like how cool or classy the pen looked into consideration. 


We also tested for things like how well thought out the design was and whether there was anything about the design that was impractical or unwieldy. We then graded the pens on a scale from 1.0 to 5.0.

Mitsubishi’s Classy Uni-ball Signo RT1 Was a Cut Above the Rest

Mitsubishi’s Classy Uni-ball Signo RT1 Was a Cut Above the Rest
The Mitsubishi Pencil’s uni-ball Signo RT1 has a black barrel black pen and we especially loved that it had no undue undulations, earning it a 5.0 in the design department.
The vast majority gave this pen full points actually, which is amazing, considering that it costs just over $1. The clip was attached to the clicker, as well, which is rarely seen among Japanese stationery–just another reason that this pen is a paragon of design.

In Collaboration With Lettering Artist Mhelanie

In Collaboration With Lettering Artist Mhelanie

Mhelanie, also known as Lettering by Mhel in social media, is a left-handed lettering artist who loves lettering using everyday pens such as gel pens. She loves teaching people the art of lettering and suggesting the best tools to use based on her experience. You can catch up with her and her amazing projects on her Instagram.

How to Choose a Japanese Gel Pen – Buying Guide

Now that we've told you how we tested and compared all the gel pens, we want to introduce four things you should look out for when picking out a gel pen.
Mhelanie
Lettering Artist
Mhelanie

Gel pens are wonderful pens for everyone, and especially so for lettering artists, bullet journal artists, pen enthusiasts, and many more. Since gel pens are inexpensive, it's a great starter pen for those practicing lettering. They write smoothly which makes it easier to write quickly but beautifully. 


There are a few factors to look for when you're looking for the best gel pen for you, such as: how the gel pen feels on your hand, how quickly the ink dries, and the color and design. I'm excited to help you find the best gel pen for you.

Get a Pen That Feels Good to Hold

To find a gel pen you can write comfortably with for hours, it’s important you pay attention to the shape and material of the grip and the overall balance of the pen.

When the Grip Fits Your Hand, You Don’t Tire out as Easily

When the Grip Fits Your Hand, You Don’t Tire out as Easily
If the grip’s a good fit for your hand, you’ll be able to write for hours without feeling sore. When choosing a gel pen, you want to ask the following questions: 

Are there guides for my thumb, pointer, and middle fingers? Are there grooves, bumps, and indents that make the pen easy to hold? Is the material resistant to sweat? Is the grip firm or soft enough?

Then there’s the thickness of the grip. If you put a lot of pressure on your pen when you write, think about getting a thick grip; if you write with a light stroke, then get a thin grip. Take both your preferences and the weight of your strokes into consideration when looking at grip, and you’ll shift a lot of burden off of your hand.
Mhelanie
Lettering Artist
Mhelanie

Consider how comfortable the pen feels when you're holding it and if it gives you enough support. From my experience, holding a pen with very little support hurt my fingers and caused my hand to cramp.

When You Write for Hours on End, Well-Balanced Pens Feel the Best

When You Write for Hours on End, Well-Balanced Pens Feel the Best
A well-balanced pen is responsive to touch; it moves easily in the way you want. Not only will writing become smoother, but the pen will also become more stable. If you plan to write for hours, then get a well-balanced gel pen–that is, make sure that the center of balance is somewhere between the middle of the barrel and the nib.
But if you only use your pen for short periods of time–to jot down sporadic notes and sign checks–then there’s little need to worry about weight.
Mhelanie
Lettering Artist
Mhelanie

A good grip will prevent any pain on your hand and fingers. I have also noticed that a comfortable pen improves my penmanship.

Find One That Writes Well

This sounds simple, but there are actually a few factors to look out for. With gel pens, you want to look at the color, feel, and depth of the ink, as well as how fast it is (here, we refer not to speed, but to water-resistance and light-fastness.)

If You Try out the Pen, Look at the Color, Feel, and Depth of the Ink

If You Try out the Pen, Look at the Color, Feel, and Depth of the Ink

We say a pen writes well when it can produce clean, crisp letters. The only thing is you can’t check for this without trying the pen out for yourself. So if you do care a lot about the look of the ink, then we recommend going to a stationery store that offers testers.

Try writing things you write every day, such as your name and numbers, block and cursive letters, and pay attention to the sheen of the ink, how the letters look against the page, and depth of color.
Mhelanie
Lettering Artist
Mhelanie

As a lettering artist, I look for gel pens that are crisp and rich in color. A variety of colors are a plus too! The intensity of the ink is also an important factor as it helps you to write in small prints, as well as large prints. You also want to consider how heavy the pen feels on your hand. If a pen is too heavy, it can lead to cramping.

Pigment-Based Ink Holds Fast; Dye-Based Inks Offer a Variety of Colors

Pigment-Based Ink Holds Fast; Dye-Based Inks Offer a Variety of Colors
Gel pens tend to be inky–so the faster they dry and the less they smear, the better and more versatile they become.
In general, ink in gel pens is either pigment- or dye-based. Pigment-based ink tends to fade less over time and be more water-resistant, so it’s best for writing documents. On the other hand, dye-based ink tends to offer a greater range of colors. Think about where your priorities lie, then choose the type of ink that appeals more to you.
Mhelanie
Lettering Artist
Mhelanie

Since I'm left-handed, hand smearing is a common issue. This means I look for pens that dry quickly to avoid smudging.

Choose a Pen That Excels in Design

Choose a Pen That Excels in Design
Gel pens can be beautiful, and as superficial as it may seem, it’s important to choose something with a design that appeals to you. Get a pen so beautiful that you want to use it and carry it around at all times.
It’s true that more expensive pens tend to be better designed, but that doesn’t mean that cheap pens are all lacking in the looks department. Pay attention to the fine details, and soon, even the smallest gel pen will start revealing the intent and character of its designer.
Mhelanie
Lettering Artist
Mhelanie

The pen design is also an important aspect. Pens that are well-designed provide a wow factor. I often find myself interested in pens that I can use every day and those that also provide an elegant design for special occasions.


You can get quite creative with gel pens which makes it a great tool for lettering. I love exploring a gel pen's variety of colors and thickness.

Look for a Nib Size That Fits Your Purposes

Look for a Nib Size That Fits Your Purposes
Have you ever considered the relationship between what you’re writing and the size of your nib?
For letters or anything else that uses narrow-ruled paper, look for a nib 0.4 millimeters or finer; for the address on envelopes or anything else that requires larger print, try a nib 0.7 millimeters or thicker; for general use, aim for a nib that is around 0.5 millimeters.
Mhelanie
Lettering Artist
Mhelanie

If you write small prints, you'll want to get a smaller nib. If you normally write bigger prints, you'll want to consider big nibs. Using a smaller nib when writing bigger prints can make your handwriting look poor and sloppy.

Learn More About the World of Japanese Stationery

Learn More About the World of Japanese Stationery
It is of our humble opinion that you can never own too much stationery. If you were looking to expand your collection or simply want to learn more about Japanese writing instruments, you may find the articles below helpful.

Summary

To bring out the full potential of a pen, you can also try customizing the grip and other parts. One of our stationery experts attached another grip onto his Signo RT1, adjusting it until the feel of the pen matched up to his own preferences and expectations.
Next time you’re at a stationery store or surfing the web for some good manual writing tools, be sure to keep this buying guide in the back of your mind!

Author: Nao Kondo/Translation: Jasmine Li/Photos: Nao Kondo

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    While a lot of ovens have a self-cleaning feature, those who have these ovens don’t particularly use the option a lot. First, it’s smelly. That means house parties and oven cleaning days must be scheduled far away from each other. And two, it takes time to wipe away the ash or dirt that results from the process. Hence, oven cleaners, the safer, quicker, and cooler way to clean an oven and keep your kitchen's essential tool functioning at its best. We’ve picked out Amazon’s top-selling oven cleaners and provided critical reviews to help you in getting the right product. For those who want to expound to other options, we’ve also included a buying guide to assist you in the process.
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