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Japanese symbol for Family. It's the mark that Kinana, Erik, Macbeth, Sorano, Sawyer and Richard had since the Tower of Heaven and it binds them as a family. Japanese Tattoo Symbols, Japanese Symbol, Chinese Symbols, Japanese Words, Japanese Tattoos, Henna Designs, Tattoo Designs, Tattoo Ideas, Familie Symbol

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Japanese Kanji Symbol for soul-mate. I would have translated this as friend/companion of heart/spirit. Makes sense :) Japanese Symbol, Japanese Kanji, Japanese Art, I Tattoo, Cool Tattoos, Tatoos, Asian Tattoos, Chinese Symbols, Japanese Calligraphy

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Japanese symbol for samurai warrior. Everyone’s favorite. As used in the famous movie name “The Last Samurai,” the symbol has already been one of the famous Japanese symbol in the world. It is the symbol of “the Japanese way. Japanese Tattoo Symbols, Japanese Symbol, Japanese Tattoo Designs, Tattoo Japanese, The Last Samurai, Shotokan Karate, Japanese Warrior, Fear Of The Lord, Samurai Warrior

侍 (samurai: Japanese warrior) – Japanese Tattoo Symbols

Japanese symbol for samurai warrior. Everyone’s favorite. As used in the famous movie name “The Last Samurai,” the symbol has already been one of the famous Japanese symbol in the world. It is the symbol of “the Japanese way.” Description Formation The symbol has two parts. The left half “イ” means “person,” the right “temple.” Putting altogether, it indicates a person by a temple meaning SP (Special Police) who guards important people. Usage The symbol itself is officially defined as one of…

Japanese symbol for tiger. A typical pictograph, which shows the whole body of tiger. It is the symbol of dangers and power. It looks and means cool. Tiger Tattoo Images, Tribal Tiger Tattoo, White Tiger Tattoo, Tribal Dragon Tattoos, Tiger Tattoo Design, Star Tattoos, Chinese Character Tattoos, Chinese Symbol Tattoos, Japanese Tattoo Symbols

虎 (tora: tiger) | Japanese Tattoo Symbols

Japanese symbol for tiger. A typical pictograph, which shows the whole body of tiger. It is the symbol of dangers and power. It looks and means cool. Description Formation The symbol is a pictograph, which shows the entire body of tiger with its head on the top and its tale at them bottom. Usage The symbol is in common use usually in terms of the animal itself. Or it could also means a strong man. Who to get this symbol for tattoo Good for mens tattoo. If you are looking for the tattoo that…

Japanese Tattoo Symbols for moving forward. If you are the one who never goes back, this is the symbol of you. Japanese Tattoo Symbols, Japanese Symbol, Japanese Art, 3 Tattoo, Life Symbol, Nihon, Symbolic Tattoos, Future Tattoos, Moving Forward

大 (dai: large) | Japanese Tattoo Symbols

“大” is the most simple Japanese pictograph, showing a standing person spreading out both arms and legs and meaning “large.” This symbol is used to indicate the extent of phenomena as well as the size of things. Description Formation Imagine a person stretching himself/herself with his/her feet on the ground. That’s what this symbol means. Usage This symbol is in common use and is often used to describe the size of things or the extent of phenomena like mistake, success, loss, damage and so…