Oshi No Ko T-Shirts Will Appear at Uniqlo
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Oshi no Ko T-Shirts Will Appear at Uniqlo

Uniqlo announced that a new collection of Oshi no Ko t-shirts will appear in Japan. The lineup includes nine t-shirts, five for men and four for kids, and the t-shirts are expected to be released in early July 2024.

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Each t-shirt costs 1,500 yen (or about $9.69,) and sizes for men range from XS to 4XL. The kid’s t-shirts are available in sizes 100 to 160.  The first of the men’s t-shirts is a white tee with a small logo on the chest that reads “Ai Infinite Permanence My Oshi Forever!!!” in Japanese. The back features a signed illustration of Ai Hoshino performing on the stage.

The second t-shirt features Ai Hoshino’s eye cutout with purple accents in a black tee, and the third one has members of the B-Komachi group Ruby, Kana, and Memcho. The fourth tee features Ruby and Aqua as children, with the last one featuring a performer wearing a bunny costume.

You can check out the Oshi no Ko Uniqlo men t-shirts here:

Meanwhile, the kid’s t-shirts feature similar motifs, with some variations. The first one is a white t-shirt with the bunny logo on the front and the same signed picture of Ai Hoshino on the back. The second one is a more colorful version of Ai’s eye cutout. Same goes for the B-Komachi t-shirt, being white instead of black and featuring a more colorful logo. The final one has a logo of Ai’s iconic dress in the front, and two illustrations of the character in the back.

Take a better look at the Oshi no Ko kids’ t-shirts here:

Other Uniqlo collaboration t-shirts include a recently announced line of Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster, FFXIV, and FFXVI t-shirts, a The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom collection, and Detective Conan (known as Case Closed outside of Japan) t-shirts.

The first Oshi no Ko season is now available streaming on HIDIVE, and Season 2 will premiere worldwide in July 2024.

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