Tsukioka Yoshitoshi was a Japanese woodblock print artist considered one of the last great masters of the ukiyo-e tradition. Yoshitoshi gained recognition for his portrayal of violent and macabre scenes, which reflected the prevailing lawlessness during his time. "Hihi Coming Down from Mountain to Collect His Meal" is one of Yoshitoshi's earlier works, created in 1865.
It depicts a giant ape, known as a "Hihi," descending from a mountain to feast on human prey. Hihi is a legendary figure from Japanese folklore, known for his cunning and wit. Meanwhile, a brave samurai is concealed behind a tree, waiting to ambush the monster and save humanity from Hihi's insatiable appetite.
This unisex tee fits like a beloved favorite. Each panel is individually printed, cut, and sewn to ensure a flawless graphic. Featuring a cotton feel, and high-definition printing that won't fade after washing.
• Cut-and-sewn for a perfect print
• Premium jersey: 190gsm micropoly material
• High-definition printing that lasts for generations
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This strong, durable synthetic fabric retains its shape and dries quickly. Colors never fade with washing.
Located along the sides, reinforced seams retain the shirt's original shape longer, for many years of enjoyment.
Each panel is individually printed, cut, and sewn to ensure a flawless design without imperfections.
Twill reinforcement strips stabilizes the shoulder seams and back to prevent stretching.
Care Instructions: Machine wash cold and tumble dry on low heat. Please don't dry clean, iron, or bleach.
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