Japanese tattoo's can be obtained from a number of tattoo shops located in New York City, such as rising dragon tattoos. They offer a wide selection of Japanese Tattoos in their shop.
the Japanese frog means wisdom.
if you mean on your dragon, then yes. if you are talking about on your character, i have never heard of it. you have to have completed the fire orb saga to have any of the tattoos on your dragon, and also you must have visited lady Celestia and done a quest for her to be able to wield the primal elements (which are what the tattoos is)
It Can mean Dragon Cape/Dragon/ or even Dinosaur.
The blue dragon is said to be a symbol of a leader in Japanese culture.
the Japanese kio fish/dragon, and butterflies are a couple of many transformation tats
火竜 /ka ryuu/ means 'fire dragon' in Japanese.
Only the person wearing the tattoo can tell you what it means.
白い竜 (shiroi ryuu) would mean "White Dragon" in Japanese.
Dragon tattoos were only seen on men in earlier years. However, since the late 1990's, dragon tattoos have become more popular among women.
It means flying dragon.
It means Black Dragon in Japanese
The dragon son
in japanese it refer to demon dragon
地球の竜 (chikyuu no ryuu) would mean "Dragon of the Earth" in Japanese.
Ryu means dragon in Japanese and ko means child in Japanese
Photos of Japanese tattoos can be found all over the web. Searching an image directory with this specific term - "Japanese tattoos" - will yield a large number of results.
桃色の竜 /mo mo i ro no ryuu/ would mean 'pink dragon' in Japanese.
unless the person is Japanese and from japan, nothing. Each Japanese tattoo is different, like the members of the yakuza. An oni can mean killer, or that the person is considered an oni or high ranking member. Though many of the tattoos are actually more...peace-ish meanings!~ dragon can mean fierousity, leadership, and is often the 'mascot' of the yakuza
The Japanese word for Dragon is "Ryuu"
the ball represents wisdom (as believed by the Japanese)
龍の男 (ryuu no otoko)
Dragon is "ryuu" (ryoo) or "tatsu" (totsoo) in Japanese.