Katamari t-shirts on sale now

Designed by Takahashi himself.

Do you love Katamari? Then you might be interested in a new range of t-shirts that have been designed by none other than the series' creator, Keita Takahashi, together with his chum Ryo Kimura.

They're on sale now at panicgoods.com, priced $24.95, and there's a wide variety of designs to choose from. Best of all, if you click on the pics you can see what Takahashi has to say about each shirt - for example, "I don't want to wear a shirt where the character is too strong. So, this design is intended not to stand out.

"Please wear this shirt, do sport, and sweat like the prince!"

But here's the catch - at present, you can only buy the shirts if you live in Canada, the US, Japan and Korea. Yep, poor old Europe misses out once again, but hopefully it won't be too long before they start popping up on eBay...

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