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Hawaiian Flowers Tattoo

The rose tattoo is another popular flower tattoo. While it is less common in Eastern tattoo art, the rose tattoo is a staple of traditional American tattoo culture. The rose tattoo is generally regarded as meaning love, or beauty, due to these same qualities being associated with the flower itself. But the rose tattoo has much deeper meaning and a very long history in tattoo art.
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Hawaiian Flowers Tattoo

The hibiscus flower is another popular flower tattoo. In Japanese culture the hibiscus flower has one of the simplest meanings of all flowers in Japan. It holds just a singular meaning: gentle. In Hawaiian culture the hibiscus flower symbolizes royalty, power, and respect. Often worn by the old kings and queens of the Hawaiian islands, the hibiscus became associated with the ruling class. The hibiscus flower tattoo can simultaneously hold all of these meanings, but interpretations can be influenced by the context of the tattoo. For example, a hibiscus appearing in a Japanese sleeve would be more likely to be considered to mean “gentle”, rather than power or respect. A hibiscus tattoo that stands alone may have a less restrictive interpretation of its meaning.
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Hawaiian Flowers Tattoo

The peony flower tattoo is another common staple of the Japanese style of tattooing. In Japan, they are referred to as the “King of Flowers”. This flower tattoo symbolizes elegance and wealth. Though often colored red in tattoo art, the peony tattoo can be a wide range of colors.
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Hawaiian Flowers Tattoo

Before we dive into revealing the traditional meaning behind many of these tattoos, we should note that the meaning can vary from culture to culture. A flower tattoo’s meaning in Japanese tattoo art may be quite different from its meaning in Mexican tattoo art. We’re going to try to cover all of our bases, but we highly recommend doing your own research to make sure that you get the tattoo you want, the meaning you want, and are ok with any possible additional connotations a certain flower may have.
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Hawaiian Flowers Tattoo

The hibiscus tattoo often signifies many things that are part of the life in Pacific. Keeping with this theme, it represents a cool and laid back way of life, which along with the immense beauty and diverse cultures are the things that we think in connection with Hawaii and other islands in the Pacific. Many people go for this tattoo along with other elements that are part of the Pacific based culture. You will find that no two hibiscus tattoos are quite the same, given the rich and diverse choices available. Many an example will have striking elements of art along with the hibiscus in their tattoo design.
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Hawaiian Flowers Tattoo

Some people call the hibiscus flower “the rose of Sharon” or “the perfect bride” and also the flower of one hour as it unfurls for a short time. You could easily inculcate other symbols of the Pacific or objects of tribal art into the hibiscus tattoo. You can add things like a hula skirt, or other things that are associated with the Pacific. As with any tattoo design we leave you with the caution to do your homework, do some research and be certain that this is the tattoo design that you want before proceeding with it.  These examples of  Hibiscus flower may help you:
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Hawaiian Flowers Tattoo

3) This is a great example of it’s tropical roots. It’s an island girl who is both sensual and innocent, laid back and alluring. It’s appealing art and a great piece. The classic American style tattooing done on this piece allows the tattoo to pop perfectly with defined and solid colors. The beautiful flowers are perfectly placed so to add to the woman, but not take the attention away from her. The painfully placed tattoo was well worth the hours it took to finish.
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Hawaiian Flowers Tattoo

For a better understanding of the significance of the cherry blossom tattoo, read the story of Jirohei and the Samurai. In tattoo art, the cherry blossom represents the fleetingness of life and of beauty, as well as representing mortality, life, and beauty themselves. The blossoms are often depicted as being carried away by wind or water. It is also common to see the blossoms represented as whole, or just the petals. Of all the flower tattoos we’ll discuss, the cherry blossom is the smallest.
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The meaning and significance of the hibiscus tattoo – just like the flower the tattoos represent a quiet and exotic beauty, the fragility of structure, laid back and cool style of life, riches, a good name, warm hospitality, regal style, delicacy among many other things. The thing to remember is that each person who gets the tattoo will have his or her own symbolism attached to it.
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21) All of the red and black really allow this tattoo to stand out. The tribal background goes perfectly with this bright, florescent flower. with next to perfect line work, this tattoo looks like you could lean down and smell the flower.
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In Japan, the hibiscus flowers are known as hanakotoba, which means “gentle”. Hibiscus, or China rose, is a popular flower in CHina. It Hibiscus symbolizes: fame, rich , glory and splendor. The hibiscus flower is traditionally worn by Tahitian and Hawaiian girls. If the flower is worn behind the left ear, the woman is married or in a relationship. If the flower is worn on the right, she is single or open to promises. Hibiscus flowers are popular as ingredients in many wonderfully refreshing teas made around the world.
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As said above, the island is a bed of varied flowers, teeming with multiple species of the soft and fragrant gifts of nature. Hibiscus, plumeria, roses, lotus and hundreds of other flowers grace this place with their charming presence. People who come here fall in love with them and that same love is represented through the tattoos. The natives of the place also wear the tattoos as a mark of pride in their culture and natural beauty that god has gifted to the island. Today, we bring for you a cool variety of 30 Hawaiian flower tattoos. Take a look.
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The best part of orchid flower tattoos is the sheer number of options. There are over 25,000 kinds of orchid flowers, which means that your odds of finding one that suits your purpose may be easier (or harder) than you might expect. Keep in mind that the meaning of an orchid flower tattoo can be tied to the type of orchid you choose and the part of the world in which that orchid naturally grows because the meaning is usually defined by the culture that lives closest to the flower.
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Flower tattoos are increasingly common these days. In the West, flower tattoos were traditionally thought of as being for women. Odds are, if you think about flower tattoos there’s a good chance you are imaging them on women. Over time, as appreciation for the meaning of flower tattoos has grown, these tattoos are increasingly common on men as well. Of all of the native tattoo traditions, Japanese flower tattoos are among the oldest and most prominent. Like many things in Japanese culture, flower tattoos are imbued with meaning which is a major contributor to their resurgence in popularity.
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The cherry blossom tattoo is common in Japanese style tattooing. Often depicted as falling petals being carried by the wind, the cherry blossom reflects a vary unique trait of Japanese culture. They call it “Mono no aware” – the pathos of things, or more literally, an empathy towards things. Another way to put it would be to say “a sensitivity toward ephemera”. What does that mean? The cherry blossoms are quite beautiful and delicate, but are not in bloom long. The blossoms are blown from the trees with the slightest wind. This means that their beauty fades rapidly. The Japanese people see this as a metaphor for life which echoes their own mortality.
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This is another particularly popular flower tattoo that is most commonly associated with Japanese art. In Japan, the chrysanthemum is associated with royalty–namely the emperor, who sits on what the Japanese have titled the Chrysanthemum Throne. It represents perfection and, in some interpretations, deity.
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The rose tattoo is also believed to mean balance, symbolize an undying love, hope, and new beginnings. Adding the stem with thorns can provide additional, contrasting meaning  such as defense, loss, and thoughtlessness.
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This flower originates from the Pacific and can be found in many different and vibrant colors. This fact reflects in the tattoo motifs too, with each color of the hibiscus flower meaning something different. Each artist and canvas has a special reason for why they are creating a unique hibiscus piece of art and as you’ll see as you scroll down, each varies depending on preference.
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16) this has a very artistic and unrealistic feel, the artist was obviously going for more a cartoonish look and they did a spectacular job. The pinks, purples, and yellows bring attention to the tattoo as a whole piece.
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The meaning of lilies is traced back to ancient Greece and the Madonna lily, a white lily native to the area. They believed it sprang from the milk of Hera, Queen of the Gods. For that reason the lily in Greece was understood to represent the Divine Feminine. It also commonly means virtue, perfection, and purity. Compassion, understanding, and mourning are also associated with lily flowers.

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