Made from the most premium quality cotton that’s softer than and twice as durable as regular cotton. The tee has a classic, regular fit and will be a great base for any smart or casual outfit.
• 100% cotton
• Fabric weight: 4.42–4.72 oz/yd² (150–160 g/m2)
• Regular fit
• Crew neck
• Pill resistant
• Better color retention after washes than regular cotton
• Blank product sourced from Latvia
When washing, it is recommended to use a laundry net and turn the product inside out and wash it.
Washing the product with fluffy clothes may cause furballs.
*This product is specially made to order, which is why it takes us a bit longer to deliver it to you. Please make sure your size through size guide. Also, it is created by inkjet printing. You may notice a vinegar-like smell and whitish residue. The smell and residue is due to the fixative applied during the printing process. Please wash the product once before use.
YAGO means the business name in English. Basically all Japanese tattoo artists use Yago as their title such as Hori. The design using traditional Japanese tattoo motifs, patterns and the family crest of Kensho II‘s Ichimonn(tattoo family). Which represents Kensho’s culture and history of his homeland Japan and the tattoo family which he belongs. Also, the design incorporated the meaning of the design to ward off evil spirits and the prosperity. Meaning of Japanese tattoo motifs has several stories, folklore and wordplay behind which is more important then a meanings. It basically secret each Ichimon(tattoo family).
Body color: White
Front print only
Print colour: Red and blue gradation
Symbol in between the Kanji on top: Chrysanthemums
Three legs crow: Yata Garasu
Dragon with wings: Ou Ryu
卍 pattern: Sayagata. It is a continuous pattern of the Kanji for “卍(Swastika)” broken diagonally and connected in a series.
卍 is auspicious symbol which represents the universe and eternity in Buddhism. Meaning of Sayagata is Prosperity and longevity.
Symbol on the center: Family crest of Kensho’s predecessor
建尚二代目: Kensho II
Three flowers: Botan(Peony)
日本伝統刺青: Traditional Japanese Tattoo
Oni holding the ribbon: Rikijin
Japanese tattoo has around 300/400 yeas history, It has been passed down through trial and error by our predecessors.