Kanji Tattoo Symbols

Kanji Tattoo Symbols


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"Who Else Wants To Get Their Hands On Over 220 Rare And Beautiful Chinese And Kanji Tattoos?.."

Expressing your love for real tattoo art on your body can be a very fulfilling experience. Once you get your tattoo ingrained into you, it becomes a part of you and says much about who you are. You start to give more attention to that particular area of your body and admire it more than you use to - this is perfectly natural!

Why Chinese Tattoos?

Chinese Tattoos like Chinese calligraphy and kanji symbols are extremely popular and can add a distinct 'je ne sais quoi' to a person's character. The real beauty of Chinese tattoos is that they don't have to be loud and obnoxious useless you want them to be, but rather subtle and stylish.

What Do They Mean?

Chinese tattoos, when done by a skilled artist can be a dynamic piece of art. We have over 84 names to choose from and another 138 symbols with the meanings of them. Chinese tattoos show your openness to culture as well as portraying a cool, calm and collected persona. Does that sound like you? If so it's worth looking through this eBook to find the perfect tattoo for you that suits your personality, characteristic and one that exemplifies your physical being!

Free View Now 84 Kanji Names & 184 Meanings On Your Android Smart Phone And Tablet!

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  • (43 stars)

    by aaron robitaille on 23/10/2013


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    by Lux Falcon on 20/05/2013

    The name is a misnomer, and the creator clearly used a dictionary to check merely the pronunciation of a Chinese hanzi character and little else. Japanese kanji are NOT used for foreign names - katakana is used universally. The same sign is pronounced differently in the two languages, with several different pronunciations each. Different compounds are formed depending on the language used to read