Stay tuned for news about our latest tees and other things from AOI Japanese T-shirt Mart.

Kawaii Ninja Panda has arrived!

March 10th, 2014

Kawaii Ninja Panda: It’s not just for the kids!

March 6th, 2014

Our latest design is for all kids and those who remain kids at HEART. Ninja Panda is available in sizes, S, M, LG & XL. Comfy & cosy Bamboo fabric with a regular sleeve for the guys and a cap sleeve for the girls. Enjoy!

March 6th, 2014

MARCH 11th 3RD Anniversary of FUKUSHIMA Disaster

March 4th, 2014

March 4th, 2014
MARCH 11th marks the 3rd anniversary of the Earthquake, Tsunami and Nuclear disaster in Fukushima, Japan. Aoi Japanese T-Shirts will be donating 10% of all purchases made to the Red Cross.

WIN A FREE T-SHIRT IN FEBRUARY

February 19th, 2014

February 19th, 2014

Win a FREE T-SHIRT of your choice by replying to

competitionsaoit-shirts@hotmail.com

and tell us the name of the character pictured above. The Winner will be announced on Aoi Japanese T-shirts Facebook page on 27th February and will be invited to select a FREE T-SHIRT from our range of unique, stylish and comfy shirts.

RECEIVE $5 CASH BACK WITH ANY ONLINE PURCHASE IN FEBRUARY

February 19th, 2014

We are offering $5 CASH BACK to everyone who purchases t-shirts online during February. Just place your order as usual on this website and we will include $5 cash with your t-shirt in the post. (AS we are posting cash, the offer will remain $5 regardless of the number of t-shirts purchased in a single transaction).

PICK OF THE WEEK: MONKEY!

February 17th, 2014

February 17th, 2014

MONKEY is one of our Fabulous Designs that was created late last year. Customers are enjoying this cute & cheeky design. Aoi Japanese T-shirts hopes that Monkey will bring some magic & good-natured mischief to your life. Available in Aqua, White and Black colors.

JAPAN AND THE MONKEY MAGIC TV SERIES

Japan produced the popular tv show titled “Monkey” based on the shenmo fantasy novel “Journey to the West”, a 16th-century classic by Wu Cheng’en. It was broadcast from 1978 to 1980 on Nippon Television. Besides being able to change form, Monkey’s other magic powers include: summoning a cloud upon which he can fly; his use of the magic wishing staff which he can shrink and grow at will and from time to time, when shrunk, store in his ear, and which he uses as a weapon; and the ability to conjure monkey warriors by blowing on hairs plucked from his chest. Monkey is considered a cult classic in countries where it has been shown, especially in AUSTRALIA, where its immediate widespread popularity surpassed its success in both Japan and the UK.