“No man left behind” interpreted through the vision of, Tsukioka Yoshitoshi.
In this 1881 woodblock print, esteemed Japanese Samurai of the Sengonku and Edo Period, Ōkuno Hikozaemon, is depicted saving his lord, Tokugawa Ieyasu, from the battlefield. Ōkuno would rise to distinction at the Battle of Takatenjin by taking the head of enemy general, Okane Motanubu.
Each 100% combed cotton garment is heavyweight and features a relaxed fit.
*Model is 5'11" 185 lbs and is wearing a size Large.
*due to our studio shot files being corrupted, we had to use our lifestyle images, hence the inconsistent lighting.