Rokusho - transparent green similar to phthalo green cyan but not as deep. Shu - deep reddish orange, semi transparent. Ohdo - yellow ochre, transparent and earthly.Ume nezumi - a pinkish reddish transparent colour. Seiji - semi transparent dark green. Susu dake - a warm reddish brown. Hana byakuroku - a light mint green, similar to malachite but bluish. Koh bai - transparent pink red.
Kurikawa cha - a transparent red brown, almost pink colour. Aka murasaki - transparent purple pink. Ki kusa - light yellowish green, trasparent. Kamakura shu - transparent dark pinkish red. Kadai murosaki - granulating dark purple pink.
Haha ino - earthy orange yellow, semi transparent. Seidoh - dark blue, reminiscent of indigo but greenish. Kin ohdo - brown ochre with yellowish undertone.
Senkoh shu - bright red, semi opaque. Asagi - cool blue, semi transparent. Beiji - warm transparent yellow. Murasaki - semi transparent purple.
Su nezumi - earthly pink colour, almost brownish. Nataniro - warm transparent yellow. Kawatetsu - a dark blue colour similar to indigo.
Yoh kon - bright semi transparent red. Some colours may include gofun shirayuki / oyster shell pigment. Handmade paints work differently from commercial paints, no two are the same.
They differ in texture and properties, some watercolours (especially the gem stone like peach agate/garnet/amazonite) tend to sit on the surface of the paper. Each one is hand mulled in micro batches and in multiple layers to ensure each pan is filled. I use my own binder consisting of spring water, kordofan gum arabic, glycerine, local bedfordshire honey and a bit of clove oil. Each palette is made with freshly mulled paint to ensure you get no old paint.
For more details please see my faq. This item is made of pigment and spring water, kordofan gum arabic, glycerine, clove oil.