Tokyo t-shirt – an original design inspired by Tokyo, Japan. If you know the city you’ll recognise lots of details in the design: the famous scramble crossing in Shibuya, temples, shrines, sushi, karaoke and even Godzilla in the background! Traditional and modern side by side, just like Tokyo itself.
- – Stylish monochrome design for fans of Japanese culture
- – Standard/mens and womens slim fit sizes – also available on a womens vest
- – 100% cotton black t-shirt
- – High quality soft-feel screen-print
“Lovely t-shirt and great service!”
“Really good quality and such an awesome design. Very fast shipping! Thank you!”
- – Small (to fit 34-36″ chest)
- – Medium (to fit 38-40″ chest)
- – Large (to fit 42-44″ chest)
- – XL (to fit 46-48″ chest)
- – 2XL (to fit 50-52″ chest)
Ladies slim fit t-shirt:
- – Small (UK Size 8-10)
- – Medium (UK Size 10-12)
- – Large (UK Size 12-14)
- – XL (UK Size 14-16)
Full measurements are available in the Size Guide:
Despatched from the UK within 1 working day.
- – UK: Only £2.50 for your whole order by Royal Mail First Class.
- – USA: Delivery by International Standard Airmail is calculated at checkout depending on size/weight of parcel. From £5.50 for one t-shirt or dress – full details here.
- – All other countries: £4.50 for one item by International Standard Airmail. Additional items are £1 each.
The shop is open and orders are still being despatched every day. The post is a little slower than usual at the moment so please allow extra time for your order to arrive. More details here.
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We’re switching to recyclable packaging. It costs us more, but it’s important for the environment. Everyone should do what they can. For some orders you might still receive a plastic mailing bag while we’re switching (it’d be more of a waste not to use them up).
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