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Two videos in one! What’s the meaning of Simon’s new tattoo, and what are tattoos like in Japan? We’ll tell you all in this week’s videos.

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60 Awesome free butterfly tattoo designs + the meaning of butterfly tattoos. Designs include: feminine, tribal and lower back butterfly tattoos.

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There are even current political repercussions for tattoos in Japan. In 2012, the then mayor of Osaka, Toru Hashimoto, started a campaign to rid companies of their employees with tattoos.

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A tattoo is a form of body modification where a design is made by inserting ink, dyes and pigments, either indelible or temporary, into the dermis layer …

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Tattoos are as Japanese as sushi, samurai, and yakuza but in recent years with the crackdown on organized crime (the yakuza), tattoos have become increasingly socially unacceptable while many er Japanese and people living abroad have embraced tattoos as a fashion item. In December last year

40 Free high-quality koi tattoo designs + the difference in meaning between Chinese and Japanese koi fish designs.

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In Japan, people with tattoo are often rejected to take onsen. It must be great shock if you are rejected bathing in spite of taking all the trouble of visiting Japan to take onsen.

A Brief History of Tattoos : Tattoo You. The word tattoo comes from the Tahitian “tatu” which means “to mark something.” It is arguably claimed that tattooing has existed since 12,000 years BC.