Japanese Tattooing

In Japan, the word Irezumi is used to refer to the insertion of ink under the skin to leave a long-lasting decorative mark ;( i.e. a form of tattooing). The word irezumi can be writing in different ways as well as in Chinese language. The word irezumi means to insert ink. The Chinese character of the word is also pronounced bunshin. The main reason of writing or designing with ink with the purpose of inserting it under the skin of a person with such an edible ink is just for the decoration of the body. According to history; the word irezumi combines the meanings of different words like; pierce, stab, or prick and blue or green, which refers to the traditional Japanese method of tattooing by hand.

A beginners Guide to Tattooing

Tattooing is the art of making a permanent picture or design on one’s skin. It is a permanent picture, design, or marking made on the skin by pricking it and staining it with an indelible dye. Locally people use fruits juice anything that can give them makes in the body to make such make. Based on the like of the person concerned, mark made can be name or any word or designs or drawing that makes meaning to him or her.

History of tattoo

There has always the beginning of anything. Tattoo is one of such thing that have histories, the beginning of a thing most times does not tell how it going to end. When it comes to the origin of a thing we are always careful to know the actual history of a thing. So you have to dig so dip to be able to get at the grass root of a thing like this. In this article we make the necessary researches to get the right information that is required. Our focus is the history of tattoo, and we are going to see from what origin it came.

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