10
Jun
08

Japanese tattoo

japanese tattoo design

japanese tattoo design man

japanese tattoo design man

japanese tattoo design women

japanese tattoo design

japanese tattoo design

japanese tattoo design

japanese tattoo design

japanese tattoo design

japanese tattoo design

japanese tattoo

Japanese tattoos can be divided into two parts: iredzumi and gaman. The first term means ir-injected and-ink zumi. This type of tattoos were criminals convicted for involuntary tattoo and departure deadline hide their past under more stylized theme. The second type of tattoos was designed to demonstrate the quality of mens, and has shown courage and patience carrier. Certain tattoos can be considered a special women’s tattoos kakusi-boron, performed by rub in cuts rice powder, literally means as a blind – a tattoo manifested in the form of white drawing only during initiation of an body or after bathing, when affluent blood to the skin.
Subjects of the Japanese tattoo is replete with a variety of motives, which can be divided into four groups: flora, fauna, religious and mythological motifs associated with extraordinary adventure heroes:
Chrysanthemum, once attribute mikado later – a symbol of perseverance and determination. Pion – a symbol of wealth and success in life.
Sakura flower – whose petals opadayut even with a light blow bezropotno exactly the same as the Samurai gave their lives for their gentleman – a symbol of time and fragility of life. A sheet of maple – also carries the meaning that a red rose in Europe. A dragon – a symbol of power and force, while combining fire and water. Carp – symbolizes courage, bravery, stoicism (one of the symbols samuraystva). Tiger – a symbol of fearlessness.
A special place is occupied by a variety of marine and aquatic motives at all, because simple: the lives of many Japanese people connected with the sea.

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2 Responses to “Japanese tattoo”


  1. October 22, 2008 at 11:05 am

    Those are some fantastic tattoos.

  2. October 23, 2008 at 10:58 am

    Some of the best ink I’ve ever seen. That woman sitting at the table in the blue dress, the photo, the pose, the composition and the tattoo all work together to make a phenomenal work of art because it is real.


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