tee-shirts

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Miyamoto Musashi was Japan's most famous Samurai. This print was taken from an 1850's woodblock signed by Ichiyusai Kuniyoshi.
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Design taken, with permission, from the cover of the book "The Lone Samurai" by William S. Wilson. The book is a factual biography of Musashi, unlike the "Samurai Trilogy" and others. Great read, great Tee-shirt. On black only.
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Musashi running to do battle with Sasaki Kojiro on the island of Ganryu. Designed for the Florida Token Kai and used with permission. Printed on black shirts only.
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Mifune was Japan's most famous actor. Image was taken from two of his most popular movies to celebrate his life and commemorate his to early death. On black shirts only.
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This is the front of a two- sided design of Yoroi (armor). Borrowed from a very unusual two piece woodblock print. Printed on black shirts only
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Back side of the Yoroi woodblock print shirt. Actual woodblock prints from the mid 1800's. On black shirts only.
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47 Ronin by Ichiyusai Kuniyoshi. Description of the image and actual Samurai is printed below the image. No matter what angle you view this image the arrow appears to be aiming at you. Printed on black, white, or tan shirts.
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One of Yoshitoshi's famous " 100 Phases of the Moon" series. Printed on black, white or tan shirts.
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"In the Hollow of a Wave" is Japan's most famous woodblock print by Hokusai. Printed on Black or white t-shirts.
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Pricing & sizes

 All shirts are $25.00 for sizes

S - XL.

Sizes XXL thru XXXXL 

please add $2.50

Shirts are 100% cotton, pre-shrunk and made in the USA.

Ordering

Until I get the shopping cart set up you can order via email or phone calls.

503-234-8898

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CIMG1931_edited

47 Ronin by Ichiyusai Kuniyoshi. Description of the image and actual Samurai is printed below the image. No matter what angle you view this image the arrow appears to be aiming at you. Printed on black, white, or tan shirts.