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Japanese T Shirt Company


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    japanese
  • of or relating to or characteristic of Japan or its people or their culture or language; "the Japanese Emperor"; "Japanese cars"
  • The language of Japan, spoken by almost all of its population
  • a native or inhabitant of Japan
  • the language (usually considered to be Altaic) spoken by the Japanese
  • A native or national of Japan, or a person of Japanese descent
    t shirt
  • A short-sleeved casual top, generally made of cotton, having the shape of a T when spread out flat
  • jersey: a close-fitting pullover shirt
  • A T-shirt (T shirt or tee) is a shirt which is pulled on over the head to cover most of a person's torso. A T-shirt is usually buttonless and collarless, with a round neck and short sleeves.
  • T Shirt is a 1976 album by Loudon Wainwright III. Unlike his earlier records, this (and the subsequent 'Final Exam') saw Wainwright adopt a full blown rock band (Slowtrain) - though there are acoustic songs on T-Shirt, including a talking blues.
    company
  • Associate with; keep company with
  • Accompany (someone)
  • be a companion to somebody
  • an institution created to conduct business; "he only invests in large well-established companies"; "he started the company in his garage"
  • small military unit; usually two or three platoons
japanese t shirt company - Japanese Empress
Japanese Empress - Youth T-Shirt Small(6-8)
Japanese Empress - Youth T-Shirt Small(6-8)
Japanese Empress T-Shirt is commercial quality high resolution heat transfers garment. 5.6-ounce, 50-50 cotton-poly; taped shoulder to shoulder, coverseamed ribbed collar, double-needle sleeve and bottom hem. Toddler and infant t-shirts are 4.1-ounce. 100% ring spun combed cotton. Our image transfer produces professional matte finish with Premium Quality and Superior image resolution. Colors do not bleed and the image is sharp and crisp. Available in white, gray, blue and pink. Washing Instructions: 1. Turn Garment inside-out and machine wash in cold water. 2. Do not use Bleach or Fabric Softener. 3. Detergents with bleach additives are not recommended. 4. Tumble Dry on Warm. 5. Do not Iron. Do not Dry clean.

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Tokyo, Wed 18 July 2007
Tokyo, Wed 18 July 2007
I was going for a drink at Combine at Meguro River in Nakameguro at night. It was completely packed with gaijins (=non-Japanese-people) and I found out pretty soon, that two guys (a French and a Spanish) were celebrating their birthdays. Met that Swedish guy, whom I met there several times before at the bar. He is kinda cool, he's doing product and graphic design, working for some Japanese company. He can speak Japanese quite well (in comparison to my 3 words) and he teached me some more sentences and words. I was joking that I probably will learn to speak Japanese solely by sitting at bars. Because I am working at home all day long and usually just go out to buy some cigs and something to eat, I sometimes don't meet a person for the whole day that I could talk to. Here in the house people are coming and leaving all the time, but there's somehow no real contact, because everyone is living his own life and the house is mainly used for sleeping. In the morning, when everyone left, there's noone else beside me in the house, in the evening they're coming home and go to bed. Even with Verena, who's working at Pingmag and staying at the same Gaijin-house for about the same time as I ( for 8 months up to now) I hardly meet. When she's coming home at night we sometimes chat (over the computer) from one room to the next. She's living in the room above mine. Sometimes I can hear her bed squeaking. Private space is holy in Japan. That's why the bars are sometimes my last possibility to meet people just to have a talk... otherwise I wouldn't see anyone. Talk to noone. It's one of the very few possibilities for me to socialize. Call me barfly. After a while I started flirting with the girl behind the bar, using some prepared sentences from the Swedish guy ("Suteki Na Tishato!" = "Nice T-Shirt!"). She's always wearing the best T-Shirts (Japanese: Tishato ... no joke) in town. This night she was wearing a yellow souvenir-shirt from the mediterranean island of Corsica. Her father is a photographer, too. I invited her for cinema for next week Thursday. We want to watch that new David Fincher movie that just came out here. Later that night I also met this other (German) girl, who's working at Graniph (a TShirt-company). We were talking that I should send them some designs for prints. Verena was also coming by. She told me that she would move into an other house around the corner in the coming weeks. It probably will not make a real difference to the present situation, as we're chatting on the computer anyway and scarcely meet here.
recycled cloth diapers
recycled cloth diapers
This is my first 'real' sewing project. Blue diaper was the first, made with my husbands old t-shirt (Did you know, that the word T-Shirt was coined by a Japanese man working in a T-shirt manufactoring company, he was just learning the english language). The green was my second, and made with a terry towel from a second hand shop. The black was my third, and made with my husbands old (new) shirt. 45% organic cotton and 55& hemp. It was too heavy to wear and didn't fit properly, that is why it is old/new. They look a little lackluster, since they aren't stuffed. I'm still working on making the leg gussest the right amount of stretchy. I used Rita's Rump pattern (free online). I also made a few liners, which aren't very pretty, but will do the job as poop catcher. Next - more diapers and some knit covers...only to be stored away.

japanese t shirt company
japanese t shirt company
Japanese Gardens - Adult T-Shirt Small
Japanese Gardens T-Shirt is commercial quality high resolution heat transfers garment. 5.6-ounce, 50-50 cotton-poly; taped shoulder to shoulder, coverseamed ribbed collar, double-needle sleeve and bottom hem. Toddler and infant t-shirts are 4.1-ounce. 100% ring spun combed cotton. Our image transfer produces professional matte finish with Premium Quality and Superior image resolution. Colors do not bleed and the image is sharp and crisp. Available in white, gray, blue and pink. Washing Instructions: 1. Turn Garment inside-out and machine wash in cold water. 2. Do not use Bleach or Fabric Softener. 3. Detergents with bleach additives are not recommended. 4. Tumble Dry on Warm. 5. Do not Iron. Do not Dry clean.

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