PLEASE ALLOW 1 WEEK FOR SHIPPING/HANDLINGIn Chinese and Korean, the first character means "modest." The second means "empty." Together these characters reinforce the ideas of modesty and being empty of ego. In Japan, they tend to use a slightly-simplified version of the second Kanji for this word. It also happens to be an alternate/simplified version used in China too.
It's a little tighter fit, I would order a size above.
The text on the sleeve :
“humble”tee week 2 spring/summer 18
“素人と達人の違いは、達人は素人が挑戦してきた回数よりも多くの失敗を積み重ねているということ.” "The difference between the novice and the master is that the master has failed more times than the novice has tried.“
drop the labels on people who enjoy japanese art