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What does koi fish with cherry blossoms mean?
Koi fish are a symbol of good fortune. The direction they are swimming has to do with the wearer's personality. Upstream means that one has an outgoing personality, whereas downstream symbolizes more introverted. Cherry blossoms symbolize life, and how it is ever changing. When done properly, there will be blossoms of varying sizes, and varying stages of life, from tiny buds to full blossoms. There will also be petals floating in the wind, symbolizing death, whereas the buds symbolize new life.
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Answer 2yes you can . you can do whatever you want too do . you have too get creative that's the fun part of tattoos there your own . try this : try overlapping the Phoenix wi…th the koi fish make it look the like Phoenix is shooting out of the water with a twig of cherry blossoms in its mouth Its a big clash of different cultures, i would not do it.
The meaning of Japanese Cherry blossom For the Japanese, the beautiful period of its flowering and then the all too soon fading and subsequent scattering of petals on t…he wind, symbolizes life itself - but not life in some abstract and distant sense. The fragility of the cherry blossom is the fragility of human existence; its brief period of life, like our own; its implacable movement toward death. If it has five petals, it means luck, because five petals (much like a four leaf clover) is very rare.
Black= baby orange= kid orange+white= teen/adult White= Elderly (most likely 2 die)
Your either gay or a loving and caring person.
They symbolize the petite beauty and sexuality of women along with their dominance natures. The cherry blossoms symbolize freshness and hence are a language of love said by th…e herbs and flowers. They symbolise the fragility of human existence and also the perfect death marked by indifference to the world. It is also the ultimate symbol of Bushido, the warrior's code.
In the Japanese culture, the cherry blossom represents the cycle of life and how our lives blossom and fall. The blossoms represent the beautiful but transient nature of life.… In China, femininity is represented by the blossoms.
In Japan, the cherry blossom is symbolic of the transient nature of life. Because of their short blooming nature they represent the fact that life is short and time is fle…eting.
In Japanese a spring cherry blossom is called a "Sakura"
a blue coi is a type of fish that is blue. it is one of those fish thst you usually see in a chinnese resturant.
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 ho…lds an idea of power or feminine dominance. Within the language of herbs and herbal lore of the Chinese the cherry blossom is often the symbol of love.
It all depends what culture you are going with in relation to the overall motif of the piece. To the Japanese, the Blossom represents the fragility and short span of life. The… rationale being that a blossom is beautiful and flourishes for a short while till it then withers and dies. To the Chinese, it was more of a representation of feminine empowerment and beauty.
Cherry blossoms are significant in Japan because they symbolize spring and newness. Japan has many cherry blossom trees that bloom as soon as spring comes around, and many cel…ebrate this by going to "hanami," which is basically a picnic under the trees with friends and family. Spring is also the time when children begin a new school year, and many associate cherry blossoms with a new year of school.
There are a number of meanings - Yin-Yang, Male/Female, Day/Night, Water/Fire, Sun/Moon. It all stems from philosophy of taoism.
Go with the one that has the most meaning to you, a tattoo is very personal, and only you need to know why you got it. :)
That all depends on what cultural motif that you are going for, as it differs greatly between the two main cultures that its associated with. To the Chinese; the flower repres…ents female empowerment and beauty, and this is the main affiliation that it has, especially when on women. To the Japanese; the flower represents the short and delicate life span of people themselves since the flower blossoms and is beautiful for only a short time before it then withers and dies.
It means precisely "Chinese cherry blossom"