heart broken tattoos

heart broken tattoos

heart broken tattoos

heart broken tattoos

Broken Heart in Japanese is Japanese for Broken Heart (shitsuren) which is read shitsuren.

The Japanese word shitsuren means “Broken Heart; Unrequited Love; Disappointed Love” and is composed of the kanji (read shitsu) meaning “lost; broken; lose” and (read ren) meaning “romantic love, being in love”. This specifically refers to a heart broken for love (unrequited love) as opposed to Broken Heart (shoushin) which is more general and not specific to love per se.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 Broken Heart (shitsuren) which links to the independent Jeffrey’s Japanese English Dictionary. Or if you have Japanese fonts see Yahoo’s dictionary entry Broken Heart (shitsuren).

For Tattoos: With your order you immediately get your design. No waiting for mail or email: Simply click on the link we provide and you have your design. And we provide you with everything you need for the perfect Japanese tattoo including the line art (also called a stencil) that your tattoo artist must have to correctly ink the design. Just print it, take it to your favorite tattoo shop and have it inked. Getting the perfect Japanese Tattoo is now just this easy!

A Work of Art

We are also pleased to offer this design as an original work of art personally created by Master Takase when your order is placed. This beautiful work of art will be completed in about two days and shipped from Takase Studios in the United States ensuring speedy delivery.

We have several options for unframed art and one framed option. Each is on handmade Japanese paper which we purchase directly from papermakers in Kochi Japan. This unique paper is perfect for Western-style framing and really brings out the beauty of the brush strokes.

heart broken tattoos

heart broken tattoos

Source: stockkanji


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