I have been a huge fan of the Japanese casual wear brand UNIQLO since I lived in Thailand, and used to shop at their stores all the time. Particularly because the quality of Uniqlo clothing is superb, yet their prices are extremely affordable.
That’s why I sat up and took notice today when, while browsing the UNIQLO website, I stumbled across their second UT Collaboration with Jujutsu Kaisen.
This time, the collaboration is in the form of six nicely designed t shirts for adults, four for kids and three pocketable bags — you know, those cool bags you can fold up into their own little pocket and unfold again when you need to use them to carry your shopping.
The Jujutsu Kaisen t shirts and bags are also typically UNIQLO, in that the designs are stylish and unusual, and the prices are cheap.
Just $19.90 for an adult t shirt, $9.90 for a t shirt for a kid and with bags at only $14.90 each.
You can buy the UNIQLO Jujutsu Kaisen t shirts and bags online now, and in UNIQLO stores starting June 24th. Although, items online are selling very very fast, so if you don’t order quickly you are likely to be out of luck.
Check out some of the Jujutsu Kaisen t shirt designs above and below, then head to the UNIQLO website to see the rest and to place your order. Remember, if you spend more than $75, you get free shipping too.
As for Jujutsu Kaisen, the first season of the shonen anime series was produced by MAPPA. It was an enormous hit, both in Japan and internationally, and was licensed for streaming by Crunchyroll outside Asia.
If you haven’t yet watched it, all 24 episodes of Season 1 are available for streaming on Crunchyroll.
The first Jujutsu Kaisen movie — Gekijō-ban Jujutsu Kaisen 0 — will premiere this winter.
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