Less than 5" (US$105.00) From 5" to 8" (+US$20.00) From 8" to 10" (+US$40.00)
None Japanese Paper - 8" x 12" (+US$85.00) Japanese Paper - 12" x 18" (+US$125.00) Japanese Paper - 15" x 22" (+US$145.00) Framed - 16" x 20" (+US$270.00) Japanese Scroll - 12" W x 43" H (+US$170.00) Japanese Scroll - 18" W x 72" H (+US$400.00)
Tattoos are personal expressions that last a lifetime. They can be an
affirmation, a bold statement of love, a memorial, a motivational reminder - a
personal statement of what truly matters. And this is why it is so important
that the design be just right for you.
Work directly with Master Japanese Calligrapher Eri Takase to create an
authentic Japanese Tattoo that is just for you. With over fifteen years of
experience and with many thousands of satisfied clients, Master Takase is the
perfect partner to work with. She is often praised not only for her exquisite
artwork but also for her approachability, courtesy, and professionalism.
To begin, simply let us know what you want the tattoo to say. This is as easy as
filling out the description above and submitting the order.
Once your order is placed, we then work on our side on the translation which
Master Takase will then turn into the first set of designs. These hand-lettered
designs are then scanned and emailed to you along with detailed explanations -
we are happy to provide you with as much information as you need because we
want you to be as happy with the meaning as will be with the way your Japanese
The first set of samples normally includes a few options for the translation,
different fonts, and layouts. And then just let us know what you think. Based on your
feedback, Master Takase will rework the designs focusing on your preferences.
Normally two or three sets of designs are needed to arrive at the final design.
Once the final design is selected, we complete the design and create the line art (sometime called a stencil) that your
tattoo artist will need to properly ink the design. And we then email you the completed
design. You will then have everything you need to take to your tattoo artist
to get the design inked.
If you would like to learn more about the process or see examples of Master
Takase's work visit
Custom Japanese Tattoo Designs.
A custom tattoo can be fun, informative and can be completed in just days.
Let's work together to create an original Japanese Tattoo that is just for you.