Reyn Spooner's Iconic Spooner Kloth Shirt. Gyotaku by Naoki literally meaning "fish rubbing", gyotaku is a traditional Japanese art form that dates back to the mid 19th century. It is made by pressing rice paper onto a fish covered with ink or paint. Once the ink or paint is washed off, the fish can be cooked and enjoyed. Gyotaku is not only a trophy from a catch, but also a reminder of time spent with friends and family. Available in reverse print pullover or button front style. Spooner Kloth: 55% Combed Cotton, 45% Polyester. Introduced by Reyn Spooner in 1964, this traditional classic has become the oxford cloth of the islands.