There’s ample proof to show how cool Japanese creator Haruki Murakami is. Few different authors put on their love for cats (on their sleeves) as he does; the 72-year-old has additionally hosted a web-based reside present ‘Jam Blame it on the Bossa Nova’ to assist folks deal with anxiousness; he hosts Murakami Radio present each couple of months and likewise seems as a DJ for his bimonthly Murakami Radio present.
And now, the creator, notoriously well-known for being a recluse, has designed a new line of T-shirts for Uniqlo.
In the meanwhile, one can see eight designs, and his followers can not include their pleasure. Some T-shirts are impressed by his well-known novels like Norwegian Wooden, Kafka on the Shore and others exhibit the creator’s love for cats and music with slogans like “Books, music and cats have been my buddies from means again”, “Murakami Radio” and can be found in black, white and even darkish blue.
They’re priced at $19.90, which is roughly ₹1,447.
An article in The Guardian shares that although the creator loves his shorts, he has a “behavior of carrying round a spare pair of trousers”. He discovered the trick from fellow Japanese creator and translator Komimasa Tanaka. “One time I acquired invited to a standard restaurant in Ginza, however once I confirmed up dressed like that the host stopped me on the door and mentioned, ‘No shorts allowed.’ … Fortunately, I at all times pack a unfastened pair of pants in my bag for this very scenario, so I put them on over my shorts and we had been again on observe. The host couldn’t consider what they had been seeing,” he was quoted as saying within the report.
For his followers, there may be one other piece of stories within the offing. In November 2021, as knowledgeable by Penguin Random Home, his e book titled Murakami T: The T-Shirts I Love might be printed. And, in it, the creator might be opening up his “eclectic closet” and also will function pictures from his personal T-shirt assortment and essays. It has been translated by Philip Gabriel.