Pilot Iroshizuku Ina-ho fountain pen ink is a golden brown ink inspired by the grain of rice.
It's a very watery ink compared to other Pilot Iroshizuku ink, and it almost has that muddy feeling and the colour also contributes to that feeling to a certain extent.
The colour is a much duller yellow brown. Reminds me of the dried leaves from the rice padi fields. There's an attractive sheen that I think is helped by how watery the ink is. If you write the 26 alphabets, all letters will give you a different shade and feel.
This ink has a good contrast against paper.
For writing and drawing purposes, this ink performs well.
Below are direct links to the ink on Amazon.