Brand: Tombow Pencil Co.
This one is pretty funny. Specially made for the Bank of Fukuoka.(fuk/U/OK/a) You don't see many of these. Not sure what the Kanji reads at this moment.
This Japanese company was founded in 1913 and is still manufacturing fine writing instruments nearly 110 years later.
According to their website, “Tombow (tonbo) means “dragonfly” in Japanese and was often referred to as akizu/akitsu in ancient times. Since Japan was called Akitsu shima (dragonfly island in English) in the past, the name of the company also represents our desire to represent Japan's stationery industry.”