Scroll to see all 7 Japanese Sacrifice tattoo designs
Here we offer 7 different hand-brushed Japanese Sacrifice tattoo designs by Master Japanese Calligrapher Eri Takase. For these Sacrifice tattoo designs the fonts are different, but the characters and the meaning are the same. So order the style you like - the meaning is the same for each design.
Sacrifice in Japanese is 犠牲 which is read gisei. The Japanese word gisei meaning "Sacrifice" closely matches the English word. It is used most commonly in the sense of making sacrifices for others such as for one's children or family.
This beautiful work of art is a visual reminder of the sacrifices required of us and the importance of making sacrifices in our lives. This is also the perfect gift to acknowledge someone that has made sacrifices on your behalf such as for your parents or a friend.
Translations You Can Trust: We want you to be as happy with the Japanese translation as you are with Master Takase's beautiful art. So we have made it easy to confirm the translation for yourself by simply clicking on Sacrifice (gisei) which links to the independent Jeffrey's Japanese English Dictionary. You can also verify the translation using Yahoo's dictionary entry Sacrifice (gisei).
Immediately Download Your Sacrifice Japanese Tattoo
With your order, you receive everything you need for the perfect Sacrifice Japanese Tattoo. The tattoo design comes as an Adobe PDF file which means it will print exactly as Master Takase brushed the design. And this includes the line art, also called a stencil, that your tattoo artist must have to properly ink the design.
When your order is placed, you can immediately download your Japanese tattoo design. Then just print it and take it to your favorite tattoo artist. Your tattoo artist does not need to know Japanese. The Adobe PDF file contains everything you need and everything your tattoo artist needs to properly ink the design.
Getting your perfect Japanese Tattoo really is this easy.