Cherry Blossom Tattoos; Chinese and Other Variations

Whether you are a Tattoo first timer or a tattoo aficionado, you will have noticed that there are many people wearing cherry blossom tattoos. These types of tattoos are especially liked by women. The popularity of the cherry blossom design in both Japanese and Chinese cultures has created a rush to find the meanings of these intricate and beautiful tattoos. Since cherry blossom tattoos mean different things in different cultures, you should find out the meaning of each of the cultures interpretation to find the right tattoo for you.

Chinese Oriented Cherry Blossom Tattoo Meaning

Cherry Blossom TattoosThe Chinese interpret the cherry blossom as a representation of power, this is particularly aimed at the dominance of the feminine persona. If you are a strong-willed woman and takes the value of freedom and liberty to heart, the Chinese Cherry Blossom tattoo may be the right one for you. There is also an herbal meaning to the tattoo that stands for love. So if you are a woman with a strong personality and a little romance, the Chinese Cherry Blossom tattoo would represent that personality.

Japanese Cherry Blossom Tattoos Japanese Oriented Cherry Blossom Tattoo Meaning.

In the Japanese culture the Buddhist reverence for life is linked to the cherry blossom. The link creates the trees essence of being and the sadness and weeping of the passing of things from life to death. This is because this particular flower only appears on the cherry trees for short time of the year and then they die and fall to the ground. Mortality is a high concept in Japanese culture and has been for many centuries. Today that mortality is transferred into Animae movies that represent life at its fullest and then death. If you agree to this philosophy, the Cherry Blossom tattoo with a Japanese meaning might be that tattoo for you. If you are a person who believes that life on earth is short and you must live life to the fullest, then the Japanese meaning can give you cause to get a Cherry Blossom tattoo.

Different Varieties of Cherry Blossom Tattoos

Matching Cherry Blossom TattoosThere are many different varieties of cherry blossom tattoos and most people do not know the distinct differences between one from another. The Japanese Cherry Blossom is usually white with pink outline while the Chinese Cherry Blossom can look quite different, with different colors. Other varieties have a lot more pink in their blossom and you will see that in some tattoos. This is something you should think about when you get that Cherry Blossom tattoo. Because the colors of the pinks and whites may differ with the tone of your skin and may cause the Cherry Blossom tattoo to look faded. Make sure the color of the blossom that you choose goes with the tone of your skin and think about the tattoo overtime because it may fade with age.

As with any tattoo, make sure that you think hard about why you are getting that tattoo. The tattoo should mean something and allow you to portray that meaning to other people as they view it. Talk to your tattoo artist before picking out a design. He or she may have an idea about what color the tattoo should be, what, the design should be, and where should be inked on your body.

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Matching Cherry Blossom Tattoos

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