The author of this article has no tattoo. There is no particular reason to ink it or not. That is because there is no culture in Japan. What about your country?
I asked my friends for an interview regarding contributions. Thank you for the kind person who responded to the interview. The interview was online. #Stay home
In this article, I’m going to feature Miho lives in Japan. She published the first tattoo magazine in Japan. She also opened a blog based on her own experience that She could not use public facilities with tattoos in Japan. Tattoos are not illegal though.
tattoo policy: Employees are able to openly display their tattoos at work.
For example, Seattle coffee chain Starbucks respected employee personality and accepted tattoos. https://stories.starbucks.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Dress_Code_Look_Book_-_US_English.pdf
Japanese bathing facilities : We refuse entry. (+50%)
(the Japan Tourism Agency surveyed how Japanese bathing facilities respond to tourists with tattoos. This survey was sent to about 3,800 spots across Japan, also including hotels and hostels. About 600 replied. )
Is It Okay to Travel With Tattoos in Japan?
[Tattoo-Friendly] 👈This blog introduces public facilities (hot springs) where tattoos can be welcomed with peace of mind.
Let’s get to the interview
Me : I think there are many tourists who want to get tattoos in Japan.
Miho : The demand for tourists who want to get tattoos in Japan has increased significantly in recent years. A small souvenir tattoo is called “Souvenir tattoo”, and it is popular to feel free to put on a tattoo to remember a trip. Also, people who enjoy “Tattoo Tourism” who come to Japan for the purpose of putting in tattoos. If you want to get tattoos in Japan, it’s useful to know Japanese tattoo studios.
Me : Is Japanese Tattoo Studio Safe?
Miho : In Japan, every place is kept clean. All tattoo artists maintain hygiene and provide a safe and secure environment.