Tips for choosing a Japanese style tattoos symbol
Because it looks very mysterious character and really cold, a lot of fans get their own tattoos symbols of Japanese character tattoo. This may not be unique anymore, because almost all tattoo shops will tell you that they receive requests for Japanese style tattoos are very common.
But wait, before you go ahead and head to the nearest tattoo parlor, here are some tips when choosing a symbol for Japanese kanji tattoos.
1. If possible, go to a tattoo artist who can speak Japanese or know how to read Japanese. In the western world, it is understandable that not everyone knows Japanese. Thus, even the best artist can ruin your Japanese style tattoos, when he outlined in a proper way to write kanji, hiragana and katakana. Often. Artists take “creative freedom” and add a line where there should not be creating cool looking ink. Guess what, you also change the character or basically do mean anything.
2. If it is not possible, ask a Japanese native speaker to translate for you. Internet translator, although free, will cost you a lot, you know, it gives you a translation that is so awful, you will use hundreds of dollars just to remove it.
3. Does your ink artist at the time first, then this will guarantee that you can test drive before the ink is made on an ongoing basis. It actually refers to all the tattoos, not only in the Japanese style tattoos. By Matthew J Stine