KSO Irezumi

€228,00

SKU: KSO-01 KENSHO II

Tap and hold image to zoom

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.

This product is available in different colors or sizes. Please select your variant in the dropdown menu.

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")

Find all KENSHO II wallpapers & bio here (new window)