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TOO MUCH KANJI - Crew Neck T-Shirt

TOO MUCH KANJI - Crew Neck T-Shirt

This tee is made from a super smooth and comfortable cotton touch polyester jersey. 

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Description

The color of the actual product may differ slightly from the images shown.

  • 95% polyester, 5% elastane (fabric composition may vary by 1%)
  • Fabric weight: 6.19 oz./yd.² (210 g/m²), weight may vary by 5%
  • Premium knit mid-weight jersey
  • Four-way stretch fabric that stretches and recovers on the cross and lengthwise grains
  • Fabric is OEKO-TEX 100 standard certified
  • Blank product components in the US and Mexico sourced from Mexico
  • Blank product components in the EU sourced from Lithuania

Care Instructions

  • All-over printed apparel and fabrics can be machine-washed cold with like colors, without bleach.
  • Don’t dry-clean or tumble-dry the apparel.
  • You can iron it with a low heat setting.

 

  • XL

    Height : 6'1'' ( 186cm)

    Chest circumference : 43.3'' (110 cm)

    Waist circumference : 34.3''(87cm)

    Hips : 39.4'' ( 100cm)

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The Design Concept

TOO MUCH KANJI PROTECTS YOU LIKE ARMOR

An old Japanese story tells of a man who wrote KANJI all over his body to protect himself from misfortunes. This design was inspired by the story.

IDIOMS WITH 4 LETTERS

Four letters (4 KANJI) have an idiom in Japan. 6 idioms are designed in Japanese calligraphy style by Kay, a Japanese designer.

  • Tokokyokushi

    To ward off calamities.

  • Kyokutotsushishin

    A parable of preventing calamities from happening.

  • Kinjoteppeki

    A metaphor for being very defensive and having no room to be taken advantage of.

  • Kanaianzen

    No accidents or illnesses in the family. All family members are in good health.

  • Syukobokusyu

    Both the attacker and the defender must fight with wisdom and all possible means.

  • Shinshikeisyu

    To do things from start to finish without letting up or cutting corners.

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KANJI SEAL

The letters of SPARS are converted to KANJI, designed in Japanese seal style, and printed on the left arm.

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    SPARS is operated by i-tribe, a design firm located in Japan.