My first post here. Just received two Kamakura shirts: the vintage oxford button down shirt and a blue herringbone shirt with spread collar, both in Tokyo Slim Fit (TSF). I just want to comment on the fit and quality of these shirts to help other readers with their sizing. I am in no way affiliated to Kamakura Shirts company. I think I finally found my (almost) perfect OTR dress shirt after a long search of spending a lot of money and time. Fit/size I'm a short asian (korean descent) male, 5"6' (1.67m), very short arms compared to my tall, fellow Dutch countrymen, a bit of muscle volume in the upper body (mainly in the back). Normally I order 14.5 (37) collar size and I always have to shorten the sleeves with 4-5cm due to my short arms, while the collar fit is always spot on. The collar of Kamakura TSF 14.5 (37) is also exactly the right size for me, but I havent washed it yet. At the moment of typing this post, the oxford shirt is being washed at 30C. I hope it doesnt shrink because the collar is perfect right now (pre-wash). I can get two fingers in between my throat and the collar. Sleeve length is perfect!! It has really really, I mean, REALLY short sleeves, but is perfect for me Never have to get it tailored again. Sleece width could be slightly smaller, but it doesnt show. Arm holes are tight, but I think that is because I have a large back (upper laterals). With my Hugo Boss black label (slim fit) shirts (yes I know it sucks) the fabric at the upper back area always get too stretched/tensioned if you know what I mean, when reaching forward to lace the shoes for instance. With the Kamakura shirts, this is somehow not the case. I hope the arm hole fit doesnt shrink too much because then the fabric would be 'stuck' in my arm pits (difficult to describe in English). Would be nice to have some wider arm holes. Back length is also perfect for me. Not too much fabric at the end or bulging out when tucked in. Same for chest fit so far (pre-wash). Fabric Herringbone (twill?) fabric is simply awesome!! This is my first herringbone shirt btw so I dont have much references. The fabric feels very soft and smooth,.like an asian girl skin IYKWIM. It has a nice but not too bright shine on it. The fabric is thick enough to wear directly on skin. The vintage oxford fabric on the other hand feels very rough to the skin. I hope this changes after washing. Else I have to wear a shirt under it. Design Its very nice to have MOP buttons at this price range. However, I think it would be nicer if the MOP buttons would be thicker. The are easy to unbutton/button but I would rather have thicker buttons. Spread collar: I wish Kamakura shirts will also manufacture Kent/narrow collars in the future because I think they complement my short stature more. Button row/list (dont know how to call it in English): this could definitely be more elegant, or better yet invisible like other dress shirt brands. If you dont wear a tie, the button list is very visible, but then again it doesnt disturb me that much. Second top button: should be positioned lower so when the top buttoned is open, it allows more open neck space. Conclusion I think the Kamakura TSF dress shirts are suited, ideally, for shorter asian men (hence Tokyo Slim Fit), who have generally shorter arms than Caucasian men, or just other men with relatively short arms.