Uniqlo is a Japanese brand, which was launched in 1988. It offers a wide range of casual and dress shirts. They’re manufactured outside Japan (mainly in China and Bangladesh). Uniqlo dress shirts are made of 100% cotton fabrics with an easy care finish. Casual shirts are made of 100% cotton, 100% French linen, 53% linen + 47% cotton and cotton + polyester blends. Uniqlo shirts are equipped with plastic buttons (no shanks). There is no hand-stitching. Side seams are single-needle stitched (at least sometimes). There are no gussets. Sleeves are sewn on as usual. Yokes are non-split. Some Uniqlo shirts feature chest pockets.
Uniqlo shirts are available in various solid colours: white, blue, light blue, pink, navy, black, gray. Besides, you can easily find patterned Uniqlo shirts (checks (plaid, gingham), stripes). Weaves/knits: poplin/broadcloth, oxford, dobby, jersey, denim. Collars are small; fused and non-fused. Collar shapes: Kent, button-down, stand. Short and long sleeves. Rounded button cuffs. There are two pleats above each cuff. Sizes: XS – 3XL. There are two fits (regular and slim).
You can buy Uniqlo shirts at Uniqlo.com or in Uniqlo stores. They cost 19.9 – 29.9 USD (no VAT). Sometimes Uniqlo shirts are put on sales (30% off). I think these shirts are reasonably priced, so they can be a good choice if you are on a budget.