Sunday, April 8, 2012

Japanese Tattoo Design

Japanese Tattoo Design
Japanese people. From mafia symbols to clay burial figures featuring facial tattoos, tattoos have served many different purposes throughout time. “Iremuzi” is the Japanese word for traditional hand-poked tattoos. To create a permanent mark or tattoo, ink has to be inserted into the skin at a certain depth. Though modern tattooing uses a machine with automatic needles, ancient tattoo, and tattoos done in the ancient tradition, were created by poking a harkened object dipped in ink into the skin.

We would then create several options for the translation and sample designs. These hand-lettered designs by Master Takase are then scanned, documented and emailed to you along with a detailed explanation and links to on-line Japanese dictionaries and other independent resources. This way you know the translation is correct and we are happy to provide you with as much information so you are as happy with the translation as you are with the design.

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