Asmidin Visser | Japanese
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Japanese

Japanese tattoos also known as Iruzumi. The most literal translation of this word is: “insert ink”. Tattooing for spiritual and decorative purposes in Japan is thought to extend back to at least the Jōmon or paleolithic period.

Info

All work is made by Asmidin Visser

Date

10 november 2017

Category

Japanese