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Jack Amano
Harajuku, Tokyo, Japan
Member Since: 2004

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Welcome to one of the most insanely cool shops on either side of the Pacific -- Harajuku Hijack!

Borne from the wildest youth culture center on the planet, Tokyo, this is an amalgamation of modern-day gear meshed with old world passion.

Pick yourself up kanji shirts and items with slogans uttered by ancient samurai before they slaughtered their victims, or ride with the wildest bunch of motorcycle punks you've ever met -- the bosozoku! Or even get yourself a cool parody that will get you double-takes.

Every Japanese person you will meet will understand your shirts, 100% guaranteed!

Come see the new Rising Sun!

Shop constantly updating with new products!!! Don't see something you want? ASK!

Ninja

Ninja
Sweet ninja action by anime artist Eddie Ded Head.

Kirisute Gomen Female Samurai

Kirisute Gomen Female Samurai
"Kirisute Gomen" literally means "You're sword-fodder!" Killing peasants and other non-samurai class citizens was protected during the Edo Period as the Samurai Code was Law. By artist Aaron Deathbox.

Kirisute Gomen Male Samurai

Kirisute Gomen Male Samurai
"Kirisute Gomen" literally means "You're sword-fodder!" Killing peasants and other non-samurai class citizens was protected during the Edo Period as the Samurai Code was Law. By artist Aaron Deathbox.

Ukiyoe Angry Woman

Ukiyoe Angry Woman
Poised with a traditional sandal in her hand, this woman is lashing out at whomever has gained her ire.

Drunken Tanuki

Drunken Tanuki
Tanuki are thought to be magical creatures who love sake. This wayfarer tanuki in traditional hat, is drunk as a skunk.

Geisha Night

Geisha Night
A geisha sits smiling in the pale moon light.

Ukiyoe Hanami

Ukiyoe Hanami
Hanami, or "flower viewing", is a long-honored tradition in Japan. Sitting under the new sakura (cherry blossoms) as they open for the new year, bringing beauty and joy to still-chilly March days.

Ukiyoe Geisha Night Out

Ukiyoe Geisha Night Out
Geisha prepare themselves for a night of entertaining patrons throughout the city. Experts in the art of beauty, they filled nights with laughter, song and dance.

Ukiyoe Mt. Fuji

Ukiyoe Mt. Fuji
Hokusai was fond of Mt. Fuji, and this "Floating World" print was popular among the denizens of the time and is an easily recognizable icon in Japan.

Ukiyoe Kabuki Samurai

Ukiyoe Kabuki Samurai
Three of the most famous symbols of the Edo Era were samurai, ukiyoe, and kabuki. Get a product amalgamating all three of these traditional Japanese cultural icons!

Ukiyoe Hokusai Wave

Ukiyoe Hokusai Wave
Ukiyoe, or the "Floating World", was a celebration of life and creativity during the heyday of the Tokugawa Shogun. These shirts reflect the ACTUAL prints as you can still see them today.

Ukiyoe River Life Kawasaki

Ukiyoe River Life Kawasaki
Life in the time of the samurai was a simple one. Villagers lived on the rivers and streams they fished and used as modes of transportation.

Ukiyoe The Bridge

Ukiyoe The Bridge
Ukiyoe, or the "Floating World", was a celebration of life and creativity during the heyday of the Tokugawa Shogun. These shirts reflect the ACTUAL prints as you can still see them today.

Ukiyoe Horror Bath

Ukiyoe Horror Bath
Ukiyoe, or the "Floating World", was a celebration of life and creativity during the heyday of the Tokugawa Shogun. These shirts reflect the ACTUAL prints as you can still see them today.

Ukiyoe Horror House

Ukiyoe Horror House
Ukiyoe, or the "Floating World", was a celebration of life and creativity during the heyday of the Tokugawa Shogun. These shirts reflect the ACTUAL prints as you can still see them today. Horror.

Kenka Joto

Kenka Joto
The samurai were accomplished swordsmen who were fearless in battle. "Kenka Joto" literally means, "Superiority in Arguing" but has the connotation of "Bring it on!"

Boso Tenshi

Boso Tenshi
The bosozoku are the notorious motorcycle gangs of Japan. And the "Violent Angels" are their ladies. This section is dedicated to you ladies who know how to "handle" your men.

Kirisute Gomen

Kirisute Gomen
During the days of samurai, many simply did not want to waste time on meaningless excuses or apologies, so they'd kill the offending party before they had a chance to speak -- "Kirisute Gomen".

Yoroshiku

Yoroshiku
"Yoroshiku" roughly translates as "Treat Me Well", "Nice To Meet You", or even "Hello". This special all kanji version is favored by the bosozoku, and has an extremely deadly look.

Mondou Muyou

Mondou Muyou
The samurai hated excuses, and this phrase was common among those who'd had enough. "Enough of your pathetic excuses" was a battle cry heard the countrywide just as the sword came down.


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