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    60 Japanese Kanji Tattoo and Symbols

    The Kanji tattoo, which are the basis of Japanese calligraphy, are essentially Chinese words. The ancient Japanese borrowed and adapted it in their language. So the words and meaning are the same, only the pronunciation is different. Kanji tattoo and writing in different calligraphy styles are popular in Europe and it’s easy to see why. Kanji are discreet, and percussive, both compact and elegant. Characters written in reverse, missing features, bits of sentences that mean nothing, turn beauty into ridicule. Here are some tips for choosing a tattoo in kanji. SIGNIFICANCE OF KANJI¬† TATTOO Make sure the word, idea or phrase you want to use for the kanji tattoo is…