37+ Cherry Blossom Tattoo Ideas That Will Make You Bloom

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Cherry blossom tattoo ideas are symbols of femininity, beauty, and youthfulness. They stand for the notion that even strong legs may be weak in the knees when they meet their love. The Japanese tradition associates them with feminine features because they symbolize women, so it seems that women are more likely to get them than men. That would be another proof of how tattooing was associated with femininity in ancient times.

Such ideas were popular during the Victorian Age when becoming a tattooed woman was linked to prostitution. Many authors wrote about famous ladies having tattoos on less prominent parts of their bodies (most often wrists). Sometimes this made these ladies wander out of respectability in people’s eyes; after all, showing off your body is considered something not entirely proper for a woman in some cultures.

There is an argument that tattoos were also seen as powerful symbols in ancient times, but gods or goddesses gave this power to their chosen ones. And what deity could be more feminine than Venus herself? So, when tattooing became less associated with magic and religion, it retained something of its former mystique thanks to the feminine features during the Victorian era.

This mysticism probably also comes from the fact that people did not know why tattoos were done. They saw them as markings that cannot be erased no matter how much time passes unless you go through harrowing operations. The third reason for this mysticism is that tattoos were associated with villains in Victorian times, which made them even more mysterious.

This type of tattoo design was prevalent among geishas because it signifies their willingness to serve every man who comes across their path. It makes us imagine a woman gracefully swaying on a swing over a lighted lamp while entertaining her master and his family.

Sometimes cherry blossom tattoos are combined with geisha makeup and kimonos, making sense if we think about female role models from the Victorian Era. Geishas used to be prostitutes too, but not everyone knew that back then since they tried to keep their reputation intact by serving only male clients. In any case, the cherry blossom tattoos represent a commitment to femininity and beauty.

Unlike many other types of designs, cherry blossom tattoo designs are usually small and classy. This makes them popular among women who prefer larger-than-life body art. However, even such ladies seem to appreciate elegant details as they tend to cover them with clothing most of the time, making it hard for observers to recognize their favorite body art pieces at first sight.

It is probably because this kind of design represents a desire or ability to preserve one’s feminine qualities, no matter how much time passes. A quality respected by everyone regardless if they keep it through marriage or some other activity in their private lives.

There is no doubt that this image still retains its power and grace, which is why it is so popular. It stands for a woman who loves herself and tries to preserve her femininity no matter how much time passes.

What does a cherry blossom tattoo mean?

A cherry blossom tattoo is a popular tattoo design idea that has become more common among women. Beautiful tattoos, often described as “flowers of beautiful girls,” are used for decoration to enhance the body’s female beauty, and many beautiful tattoo designs share this same message.

The name cherry blossom tattoo is a general term for all flowers of the cherry tree, which means that they can be either single or double blossom flowers. The tattoo meaning does vary depending on how many flowers there are in one place.

Double blossom – eternal bond between two people who commit themselves to each other with an endless loyalty

The flower always comes in pairs. While its true meaning is about love, it seems to have more female connotations than male. It is understandable since cherry blossom tattoos are designed to decorate the feminine body part of women. The color of cherry blossom has also caught people’s attention after it was found that there are different meanings behind each color of this flower.

According to Japanese tradition, the white cherry blossoms represent girls, while pink ones stand for boys. If you wish your loved one to have longevity in life, red cherry blossoms are best to get tattooed on them because they have a long lifespan, just like crimson blooming trees. Light green flowers express gratitude and appreciation, while deep purple ones represent victory over enemies.

If you are looking for a Japanese cherry blossom tattoo with different meanings, get one that portrays other types of cherry blossoms because each design represents something specific. For instance, if you get an image of a full-bloomed cherry blossom flower tattoo on your body part, this shows how graceful you are in all aspects of life.

The small pink flowers mean pure love, while the black or dark purple flower means sad memory or loss. You can also combine two images of cherry blossoms to emphasize the message conveyed by them.

Cherry blossom tree tattoos can also mean a struggle for someone who has passed away. Some people get cherry blossoms tattooed on body parts that belonged to the deceased to remember them and feel closer to them. This tattoo is often done in black or grey, similar to some older traditional tattoos with skulls and bones.

Cherry Blossom Tattoos – Feminine Symbol?

The flower always comes in pairs. While its true meaning is about love, it seems to have more female connotations than male. It is understandable since cherry blossom tattoos are designed to decorate the feminine body part of women.

The color of cherry blossom has also caught people’s attention after it was found that there are different meanings behind each color of this flower. According to Japanese tradition, the white cherry blossoms represent girls, while pink ones stand for boys.

Cherry blossoms tattoo designs

Cherry blossom tattoos come in various designs, but people often choose a picture of a single flower with four petals, also known as sakura tree tattoos. There are variations for this type of cherry blossom branch tattoo as well. If you do not like the traditional style or do not fit your body part very well, you can choose from various cherry blossom tattoo designs such as flowers in full bloom, one flower with multiple petals, and cherry blossoms with leaves more.

A few weeks ago, I watched a television show about Japanese culture and tattoos and how they represent qualities inside their respective wearers. It was clear that couples often get matching tattoos – one side depicting them and the other their love – but what wasn’t made apparent was that there were different meanings for different designs.

A beautiful cherry blossom tattoo is considered feminine, but it can also represent the friendship between two female friends. The soft pink flowers stand for girls while white represents boys, according to Japanese tattooing tradition. It is said that this tattoo should be placed on the neck or shoulder of a Japanese person to emphasize femininity or near the wrist if someone wishes to have a friend whose loyalty will last forever, just like these trees do!

Of course, there are variations of a pink cherry blossom tattoo design depending on which part of the body you want them to be placed at and what color(s) matches your skin tone best. You can even combine it with a delicate flower or break the taboo and let your imagination take over.

Cherry blossom design can be done in black or grey, like some traditional tattoos with skulls and bones. This kind of design means sadness for people who get it after someone has passed away. It is usually placed on the shoulder blade or on the rib cage to remember the deceased person every time you look at it.

There are many meanings behind this tattoo, but if you combine two cherry blossoms, their “meaning” changes, so you have to think about what suits you best before getting this tattooed permanently!

If you want to consider related tattoos, consider a koi fish, Japanese pilots, tattoos associated with Chinese culture, Buddhist belief, and Asian culture.

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Cherry blossom tree tattoo

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