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A design depicting Toshie Maeda, who is also featured on one of our jeans models. He used a 6.3 meter (over 20 foot) spear and this picture has him charging through the battlefield while handling this massive weapon. The 1,000,000 koku indicates the amount of rice produced in the land under his control, and is an indicator of how powerful a military commander he was during the Edo period. 1,000,000 koku was by far the largest production in all of Japan, lesser "daimyo" perhaps producing between 10,000 and 100,000 koku from their lands. 

Our original heavyweight T-shirt series that uses only select high-quality raw cotton spun into slubby #14 threads. The fabric is knit on a vintage circular knitting machine known as “Daimaruki” that was used widely in Japan in the first half of the 20th century, resulting in a firm yet supple softness and level of comfort. 


Length Shoulder Chest Sleeve
XS 56.5 41.5 49 15.5
S 58.5 43.5 51 16.5
M 60.5 45.5 53 17.5
L 62.5 47.5 55 18.5
XL 64.5 49.5 57 19.5
XXL 67.5 51.5 59 20.5

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