It can represent many things:
et cetera, et cetera...
to me the dragon is a symbol of peace.
It means good health and protection.
Because Its A Symbol Of Respect
unity between man and woman
it means you're a badass...like Shonuff from "The Last Dragon" movie.
What does a Japanese temple symbolize? What does a church symbolize? What does a synagogue symbolize? What does a mosque symbolize? What does a any of them symbolize? a place to get in touch with whatever you believe in.
They symbolize monsoon and rain.
Red dragons in Japanese culture can symbolize many things. This drago symbolizes passion, love, blood, war, emerging life, and death.
The Japanese word for Dragon is "Ryuu"
The dragon symbolizes passion for dancing
Dragon is "ryuu" (ryoo) or "tatsu" (totsoo) in Japanese.
It does not symbolize anything in particular, being an African, not a Japanese, animal.
to say dragon in Japanese is 龍 and it is read ryuu hope this helps :)
It is written: 龍竜 /ryuu/ is the kanji for 'dragon' in Japanese.
Ryu = Dragon
A dagger and dragon tattoo can symbolize several different things. It can symbolize courage, strength, or perseverance for example. Tattoos are very personal, and each person has their own beliefs as to what their specific tattoo symbolizes.
The turtle symbolizes longevity in Japanese culture.
it symoblizes life and flying
A green dragon tattoo may symbolize various things. In most cases, this is used as a symbol of a guardian which might be good or evil.
The blue dragon is said to be a symbol of a leader in Japanese culture.
the red colour in the Japanese flag represents the sun.
The Japanese word for dragon is 'ryuu.' It can be pronounced roughly as "ryoo," and is written:　龍
火竜 /ka ryuu/ means 'fire dragon' in Japanese.
There are very many types of dragons that usually encompass the elements (water, earth, fire...etc), but the main two of legend are the Dragon of the Heavens and the Dragon of the Earth. They're best known for the magical sphere they hold in their claws known as the "Dragon Pearl."
it symbolizes being a fairy