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20 Japanese Sleeve Tattoos Design Ideas for Men and Women

If you love tattoos what can be better than having your entire arm covered in beautiful ink, Japanese Sleeve Tattoos are awesome!! They are one of the best ways to display your kickass body art. Once upon a time tattoo sleeves were reserved for tattoo artists and criminal organisations like the Yakuza, but times have changed and the tattoo sleeve is a popular and fashionable choice for men and women alike. Of course once you decide that the sleeve is the tattoo for you, you are then left with the difficult choice of what style of sleeve you want.

Struggling to decide? Well you could always go with the tattoo style that never fails to look good; traditional Japanese. Whether it’s a Koi, Geisha, Dragon, Tiger, Snake, Wave or any of the other countless Japanese symbols and images, a Japanese sleeve is a fantastic choice of tattoo. Bright, bold and colourful traditional Japanese tattoos look awesome by themselves, so having a collection of them running up your arms can’t possibly disappoint. So without further a do check out these 20 amazing Japanese Sleeve Tattoos Design Ideas for Men and Women.

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