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Irezumi Wallpaper by KENSHO II
These traditional Japanese tattoo motifs each have several meanings. For example the basic meaning of Koi (carp) is prosperity – bit depending on the position and combination of the motifs the meaning changes. Irezumi (刺青 - or “tattoo” in Japanese) has existed since the Edo era around 400 years ago. There are additional Japanese words similar to Irezumi such as Horimono, Shisei, Monmon and Gaman - however Irezumi is most commonly used. The literal translation of Irezumi is 刺 poke 青 blue. Traditional Japanese Sumi ink turns a beautiful blue-black color after the ink enters the skin.
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EU Roll size: W 48,7 cm x L 1000 cm = 4,87 m2
US Roll size: W 19,2" x L 393,7" = 52,42 SqFt
Repeat 448cm (176.4"), Match 23cm (9.1")
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