I ordered a shirt from the New York store yesterday, their stock is limited but if you call the shop you can work out an order over the phone. I live near San Diego, so as far from New York as you can get on the main land and shipping was only about 7-8 bucks for a single shirt. That's much cheaper than the $21 shipping to the states costs otherwise, or whatever duties you're liable to get nailed with.
Kamakura has by far the best service I've seen in a clothing store, and I've been happy with my New York classic fit, spread collar shirt. I only wish that they had the larger neck sizes (18) in shorter sleeves, in line with American lengths. The 18 New York classic fit has a very long 37.5 inch sleeve. A 36 inch sleeve would be perfect and be closer to the sizing for many English and American brands, like Turnbull and Asser or Ralph Lauren. It would also be great to offer a cutaway in 18, perhaps a classic white and an end-on-end blue. That would sell very well.
Stopped by the Madison ave store.
Nicest, most polite salesmen, ever. Love the soft collar and the collar sizing; can't stand tiny collars. Fit is spot on for those who are slim (Tokyo slim fit). The store had limited selections although you can find much more on their webstore. Really looking forward to everything they plan on offering in the future. I actually felt bad for leaving the store without buying a shirt because they were so polite.