When not Travelling, I am mainly in Miyazaki but am also available for some appointments in Tokyo on Request.
So Best if I leave some room for the growth of the creative process during the Tattoo session!A I Hope she will like it!
She has become such an easily recognized part of Japanese culture due to her vibrant reds, and her whitened face and stark black hair. A black work geisha tattoo seems a little out of whack at first, until you get your eyes on the beauty of this work. Another black and red tattoo, this one with a completely different, but as effective, feel to it. Among all the forms of tattoo arts that reflect the Japanese culture, Geisha tattoos are some of the most beautiful and awe-inspiring. We're promoting the best pin up tattoos inked by the best tattooists from around the world and displayed them all here, in one unique place. DisclaimerAll photographs and art on this website are the property of their respective owners. I too would like to have a full lenght GEISHA colored in, the only thing is that I can't seem to find one.But keep up the great work!! On a side note, many people asked me to buy some of the designs that are displayed on this site. In Western society we hold a great fascination for the mystery and the poise of the Geisha – in Japan she is still a great attraction to the thousands of tourists who flock there.


She is a symbol of the body as a work of art, or a symbol of beauty, or a symbol of mystery and untouchable desire.
The interest in this tattoo is aided by the down cast eyes of the geisha, and the background of other symbols of Japan. The size of the tattoo really does lend itself to the larger body parts, the torso, the back, the thigh. The placement in this case is very clever, as it will allow the wearer to ‘fill in’ the rest of her sleeve as she sees fit. It is in the shape of a sideways figure eight, and symbolizes the endless, cyclical nature of matters.
Geishas were intelligent women who were knowledgeable about the various facets of Japanese culture and history. The photographs and art displayed on this website have been downloaded for free from the Internet. Its is not always possible, but you are welcome to submit your questions as I do have some originals and some scans available. I always want to explore as much as possible when putting so much effort in the preparation drawing. In traditional Japanese culture she is known as a living work of art….perhaps most appropriate for us people who love tattoos!
Geisha women were well educated and well-rounded in their knowledge, so she could also be seen as a symbol of intelligence.


They were also known to excel in singing, dancing, playing music as well as other forms of artistic endeavors. If you own the Copyright to any of the images displayed and wish them to not appear on this website, please contact us and we will remove them ASAP. She is often pictured holding an umbrella or a fan or a musical instrument to represent her mystery and skills. Dressed in a black wig and a vibrant kimono, these women really stood out in their elegance and powerful presence. They also represented imagination, desires, dreams, aspirations, ambitions, uniqueness, sexuality, passions, femininity, fertility, intrigue, exoticness, grace and fantasy. Geisha tattoos are mostly worn by women, although they can sometimes be worn by men as well.
Sometimes a geisha tattoo can be made more interesting by adding other symbols such as cherries and cherry blossoms. One may also prefer an unusual tattoo design which depicts the geisha as a skeleton or a zombie.




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