Kanji Tattoo Pictures and Designs
Kanji characters are very common tattoos amongst both men and women. They an be simple kanji simples or they can be adorned with various shapes and designs.
Many people choose kanji symbols that depict sayings such as:
Other people choose to have their names tattooed in kanji.
Before getting a kanji tattoo, iot's advised to go to a fluent translator and writter of the language to make sure that your tattoo really does say what it's supposed to say. You'd hate to get a tattoo thinking it says "Love" but instead says "Butt." In many cases, you an go to a local college and find a Japanese or Chinese teacher to write the phrase, word, or name in the languae script that you would like.
Common placement for kanji tattoos include:
- Back (Upper & Lower)
Pictures of Kanji TattoosClick thumbnail to view full-size
Get Your Name in Kanji
- 50 Popular Kanji Symbols
Check out part 1 through 10 of the most popular kanji symbols.
- Japanese Symbols Translation
Find accurate Japanese kanji symbols in both Hiragana and Katakana Translations. You can even order your name in Japanese translations.
- Free Kanji Symbols
Search through several pages of kanji symbols and get a printer friendly version.
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