Japanese Tattoo Pictures

Hooray for me, then. Apathy is a bit pervasive anyway, and apathy ain’t what i’m about. When was the last time you looked at your soul without hiding behind all the japanese tattoo pictures you use to get through the day…

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Traditional japanese tattoo

TAM: We love your picture books, and many tattoists await them as presents from heaven. Let’s talk a bit about them. H: I make my books to leave something of myself in this world and to help other artists. To make “100 Demons” I talked to Ed Hardy and I told him what I wanted to do. I just had ten drawings and I still had

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Japanese kanji tattoo

TAM: When did you started your museum?
H: I opened in August 1999, but I was collecting since quite long ago. Almost all my life.
TAM: When did you start tattooing?
H: More than thirty years ago. I was 25 and I started as an apprentice of master Horiyoshi I.

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Japanese flower tattoo

He’s also willing to tell us his impressions about the profession of his life. This is an extract of a comradeship day with a living legend.

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Japanese tattoo artists

TAM: Do you think it is possible for you to come to Spain? H: Two or three years ago I was supposed to go to Barcelone. However, a friend of mine who is a clairvoyant recommended me not to go, because if I did my family was going to be in trouble. I took notice of him, because he never fails his predictions.

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Japanese tattoo pictures

While he’s working we start chatting. During all the day we’ll keep on talking. The master is very interested in Spain, asking us about Valencia, our city, the weather, the language and Mediterranean culture in general.

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Japanese flower tattoo

TAM: Have you done or would you do any western tattoo?
H: No. Only Japanese traditional designs. If somebody wants a small
design or an “American way” one my apprentices are in charge of
this.

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Japanese tattoo design

After the greetings he carries on working. He’s concentrated on decorating the whole body of a customer, shading the drawing in with a machine.

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Japanese tattoo gallery

Horiyoshi is working, but with the usual Japanese kindness he rises up and gets closer to greet us. As usual, we bring him a present, some self made tattooing machines. The gift is to make our humble contribution to his museum, and he gets really happy.

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Japanese tattoo designs

When coming in we take off our shoes and we are lead to a long and narrow room where the master welcome us.

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