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Updated: 2010-06-15T06:58:04.409-07:00

 



Japanese Tattoos

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With the variety and skills of tattoo artists, one has to wonder why Japanese tattoos are still so popular today. But the truth is, it is not all that surprising. With the colorful history and vast array of designs, Japanese tattoos are not only aesthetically pleasing, but can carry a good deal of meaning. The remarkable history and style of the Japanese culture has always mystified the Western world. Signs of this are seen most commonly in tattoos. One of the most popular of these is the Kanji tattoo. Kanji is a calligraphy style writing used by the Japanese. The beauty of this particular style of tattoo is both its simplicity and its diversity. You can convey practically any message you wish with the simple and stylish characters. Other popular styles of Japanese tattoos are steeped in real life or fantasy. From dragons to koi fish, qilin — which are said to be a good omen, bringing serenity and prosperity — to romantic flora like cherry blossoms and lotuses.The beauty of Japanese tattoos is that you can go well beyond symbols or small, meaningful signs, and create masterful pieces that can cover large areas of your body. For instance, many images can portray beautiful outdoor scenes with large billowy clouds, wind or even fantastic, old fashioned scenes of a wavy ocean. These are often taken from the ukiyo-e or “pictures of the floating world”, which is a genre of Japanese woodcuts. These remarkable scenes can be mixed with many figures from either an outdoor scene, such as flowers or animals; folkloric characters, or something more meaningful to you personally. Another thing to keep in mind is placement. For instance a hikae, or chest panel tattoo, is a classic placement. This tattoo starts at the chest and blends out into the shoulder, and often down the arm. A nagasode tattoo is considered a “sleeve” piece and starts under the shoulder and down to the wrist, while a shichibu is 7/10ths of the sleeve and gobu is 5/10ths. Many people take Japanese tattoos further than just covering large portions of their body. Instead, they opt to cover almost their entire body, from neck to mid-thigh. These are often seen with a multicolored pictorial tattoo of the Suikoden, which was, and still is a massively popular set of four novels in Chinese literature. It was originally translated in Japan in 1757 and woodcuts were created for these stories in 1827. Since then, many people enjoy these rich and colorful tattoos that tell classic and unmistakable stories. Despite the fact that tattooing is still considered rather on the taboo side in Japan, those who seek out either rebellion or a sense of beauty will find themselves drawn to the mystical, unique and splendid style of Japanese tattoos. This style will continue to have a draw for its variety and its colorful[...]



Chinese and Japanese Tribal Dragon Tattoos

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(image) You can find many different designs of dragon tattoos in different forms and colors. Most often, the eastern dragons are the ones being used as a basis for the designs for the tribal dragon tattoos. Japanese dragons have only three claws where as the Chinese dragons have five. Though, some in today's society, eastern dragons that are being created into tribal dragon tattoos is being depicted as a symbol of fear and power; a contrast to the real symbolism of the eastern dragons

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Chinese Tribal Dragon Tattoo
Dragon tattoos are one of the most popular designs all over the world. Dragon tattoos come in two popular forms: the Chinese or Japanese dragon of the east with its long, snake-like body and the European dragon of the west with its powerful wings and long neck. The European dragon usually symbolizes power and fear, a depiction of evil where as the Chinese dragon usually symbolizes unity and conformity, a depiction of good.



Japanese Dragon Tattoos

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(image) Female Shoulder Japanese Dragon Tattoo

(image) Female Back Piece Japanese Dragon Tattoo

(image) Female Back Body With Japanese Dragon Tattoo



Japanese Koi Fish Tattoo For Female

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Among the different designs available, koi fish tattoos become more popular with men and women, probably because of its mystical symbolism. Koi fish is actually a type of goldfish that were bred specifically to have a wild and brilliant color scheme, with general symbolic meaning of luck. In Japanese folklore, the koi represents overcoming obstacles as told in a legend where koi swim along the Yellow river upstream will magically turn into a dragon. This is clearly an emphasis on overcoming adversity in life.



Especially Japanese Koi Fish Tattoo

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Japanese Geisha Back Piece Tattoo For Women Tattoos

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Japanese Tattoos Especially Geisha

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(image) Especially Japanese Geisha Tattoo Designs With Image Japanese Geisha by alGoiz 1

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Back Body Butterfly Tattoos For Female

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Back Body Tattoo Ideas With Butterfly

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Phonyks Japanese Tattoos

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Japanese Bird Tattoo On The Body Picture

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Woman of Tattoo

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(image) The star symbol has experienced an unbelievable, almost confounding surge of popularity in the past few years; it’s impossible to avoid its presence. Any gig you attend, any street you walk down, potentially even try strolling into an office and you’re almost guaranteed to see someone in possession of an inked star.



The Pin up Girl Tattoo

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(image) There are a couple of ways of defining the recent genre of ‘illustrative’ tattoos. The type can be defined by tattoo art that heavily references two-dimensional fine art; it can be defined by specific reference to exceptionally brilliant tattoo artists (who may or may not have once been art students who’ve chosen to put their BA to a less usual use,) whose work has helped to create the genre.



3D Tattoos Ladys

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(image) 3D tattooing, you say? You might take it to mean tattoos that are so well designed, drawn and shaded that they look as though they might just jump off their owner’s skin, or you might take it to mean tattoos literally etched onto skin in red and black lines, requiring some optical effort in order to reveal a fully rounded heart, swallow or skull – in both cases, it’s most definitely been done.



Lady Tattoo New

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(image) The ubiquitous icon of the western traditional genre, favourite of sailors and soldiers, up there in pride of place with skulls, roses and daggers; it’s been restyled, revamped and renovated in the tattoo world countless times, coloured in and shaded out, done with anatomical accuracy or cartoonish glee, branded with names, phrases, pierced, skewered and splatted.



Lady Tattoo art

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(image) Pics of your favorite tattoos or art on females



Ladies Tattoos

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(image) Ladies Tattoos by GOIZ

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People and Portraits

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Tattoo Miscellaneous

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Tattoo Fashion’s

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(image) If these pics have slightly put you off from getting a permanent tattoo, why not check out our wide range of temporary tattoo designs. At least they wash off, you don’t have to shave any skin and they most definitely prevent long-term, public humiliation!

(image) Not only a bad film, but an even worse tattoo

(image) This Leeds and England fan is surely not bothered by the looks he must get every time he walks past a school, nursing home, hospital or in fact anywhere he goes! However, we have to take our hat off to this man’s…er, commitment to his club and country.