【THE HOKUSAI PROJECT】 Sekiya No Sato T-shirts | KUME Co.,Ltd. | Loopto

【THE HOKUSAI PROJECT】 Sekiya No Sato T-shirts | KUME Co.,Ltd. | Loopto

In our new T-shirt style, a galloping Bushi warrior is set together with classic Ukiyoe calligraphy and frame. The warrior image is taken from the Old Sekiya by the Sumida River view in Hokusai’s famous Thirty-six Views of Mt. Fuji. At Hokusai’s time, Old Sekiya was viewed from near the Mokubo-ji Temple in Sumida Ward, facing upstream, all the way to the Senju area. The warrior's garments wave in the wind as he leans forward to keep his hat from flying off while urging his speeding horse onward. This product on its left shows what is said to be close to his final work, a picture of a splendid dragon ascending over Fuji with dark clouds passing across. Near the picture is a stamped "百"[100]. Hokusai lived in recycling-oriented Edo, and his works remind us not to waste valuable resources, and to produce products that last. We use environmentally-friendly power to minimize CO2 emissions, and our t-shirts are sewn and printed with care by Japanese craftsmen and women.

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  • One by one, continuously, as if in a moving image, a human being comes to life and begins to move. Four pictures of martial arts that were originally drawn separately are brought together as a set so they flow as a narrative story... One by one, continuously, as if in a moving image, a human being comes to life and begins to move. Four pictures of martial arts that were originally drawn separately are brought together as a set so they flow as a narrative story over the entire T-shirt. Hokusai lived in recycling-oriented Edo, and his works remind us not to waste valuable resources, and to produce products that last. We use environmentally-friendly power to minimize CO2 emissions, and our t-shirts are sewn and printed with care by Japanese craftsmen and women.

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  • A gibbon—a small, long-armed ape—in surprising juxtaposition with Hokusai's classic Edo Period imagery. To make the T-shirt image stand out even more, the collar was turned over and was printed with cool glossy black lamé. Hokusa... A gibbon—a small, long-armed ape—in surprising juxtaposition with Hokusai's classic Edo Period imagery. To make the T-shirt image stand out even more, the collar was turned over and was printed with cool glossy black lamé. Hokusai lived in recycling-oriented Edo, and his works remind us not to waste valuable resources, and to produce products that last. We use environmentally-friendly power to minimize CO2 emissions, and our t-shirts are sewn and printed with care by Japanese craftsmen and women.

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