This scene shows the actor Onoe Eizaburo I (1784-1849) as the villain, Tenjiku Tokubei, who learned toad sorcery. Here he forms a magical gesture with his hands as he stands behind a giant, fire-breathing toad. This a faithful reproduction of the original ukiyo-e wood block print by master Utagawa Toyokuni.
This unisex essential 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.
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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