The Meaning And
Symbolism Behind The
Super Sexy Cherry
Blossom Tattoos And
Cherry blossoms tattoo are hot but what is the
meaning and symbolism behind them?
Tons of people are getting cherry blossom tattoos. These
traditional Japanese tattoo designs are very popular among
women and even some men. But many are wondering what
is the symbolism or meaning of these tattoo designs. Well
wonder no more your answer is right here.
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Cherry blossom tattoos are some of the most popular tattoo designs for women currently. The beauty
and delicate nature of a cherry blossom can’t be denied. In both Japanese and Chinese cultures the
cherry blossom is full of symbolic meaning and significance. Before deciding to get a cherry blossom
tattoo design it makes sense to understand the symbolism and deep cultural connections and meaning
that this tattoo might hold. After all the best tattoo designs are ones that hold a great deal of symbolic
significance. Typically the tattoo that is universally regretted is the one that was gotten while out with a
bunch of friends just because they were getting one. So don’t fall into the trap and regret your tattoo
later in life. Instead if you are planning on getting a tattoo at least take the time to research the
symbolism and meaning behind it and see if it speaks to you and if the ideas are significant in your life.
While many people tend to blend and confuse the Japanese and Chinese culture together from lack of
knowledge the two are very different in many ways. Therefore the meaning and symbolism that the
cherry blossom holds is different in each culture.
Chinese Cherry Blossom
For the Chinese the cherry blossom is a very significant symbol of power. Typically it represent a
feminine beauty and sexuality and often holds an idea of power or feminine dominance. Within the
language of herbs and herbal lore of the Chinese the cherry blossom is often the