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A stunning classic full body Japanese tattoo. Japanese tattoo art has several names – irezumi or horimono in the Japanese language. Irezumi is the word for the traditional visible tattoo that covers large parts of the body like the back.

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Tebori (meaning record, carving by hand) is a traditional Japanese technique that emerged in the late 18th century - early 19th century, and consists of using several queued steel needles.

Tebori (meaning record, carving by hand) is a traditional Japanese technique that emerged in the late century - early century, and consists of using several queued steel needles.

I like the delicate nature of the the flower tattoo compared to the other bold tattoos shown on the board. I also like the meaning behind it in the Japanese culture as it represents life, knowledge and enlightenment.

I like the delicate nature of the the flower tattoo compared to the other bold tattoos shown on the board. I also like the meaning behind it in the Japanese culture as it represents life, knowledge and enlightenment.

Tebori cat tattoos- cats in disguise with henna? Paint? Super cute

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Looking to get a full back tattoo design? Choosing a full back tattoo can be harder them most would think. Unlike other tattoos, full back tattoos take up much of the back, which is the largest area on your body to.

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Yakuza Tattoos. The Japanese Mafia or Yakuza has their own culture of tattoos. They are so forbidden that tattoo enthusiasts are unwelcome in public pools and bathhouses.

I see non Japanese and even Japanese American people get irezumi and I wonder if they even know what it means. Before you get a cultural tattoo, do your research.