The Cherry Blossom has different meanings according to the Japanese and Chinese cultures. For the Chinese, they represent power and strenght, and since the blossoms are very delicate, it's usually given the meaning of female strenght. Is also a symbol of love. For the Japanese, they represent the transcience of life, it is related with the Buddisth belief that is not noble to get attached to life because all is transitory and will pass in time.
The cherry blossom. In Japanese culture that is exactly what the cherry blossom tattoo signifies.
A cherry blossom is the symbol of spiritual beauty.
a sakura is a cherry blossom
A tattoo of a peach blossom can mean generosity. It could also mean that the person is from Georgia.
The Geisha and Cherry Blossom Tattoo Maternity Tunic is made to be comfortable in all conditions.
any more flowers really i would prefer a lotus it goes great with cherry blossom tattoos =]
In Japanese culture cherry blossoms usually symbolise peace and unity.
Your either gay or a loving and caring person.
Of course, the cherry blossom is suitable for males....Ask any rough and tough samurai they revered the cherry blossom for their perfection....Dont sweat it a flower of any type tattooed on you is not gonna make you any less of a man.....In fact it will only make you more so....After all it is a tattoo............Hope this helps.........TatuBaron
orange blossoms mean....Chastity, eternal love, marriage
Growth in ones life. Maybe even a fresh start or rebirth!
Japan mostly, and Beauty I think. If you are doing a paper that says" What do Cherry Blossoms symbolize?" put Japan. If it says "Japanese cherry bossoms" I would go to a diffrent site. Sorry. I hope my awnsers help.
depends on the flower species. many people will ink cherry blossom flowers and petals falling from it. in this case it is merely stylistic. it is also a natural process for cherry blossoms to shed. however if the tattoo is a flower that you'd usually pick such as a rose or daisy and the petals are falling, then it might symbolize something more grim.
In Japanese Sakura means "cherry tree or cherry blossom".
It is false that cherries grow on cherry blossom trees. Flowers called cherry blossoms grow on cherry blossom trees.
Yes, it will come out sometime in June. it comes with the cherry blossom bird loveseat and a cherry blossom cheesecake.
To the Japanese, the blossom is representative of the path of life to death. The blossom is beautiful for a short time before it withers and dies, and this is where the comparison is made. It's simply a statement on the fragility of life.
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. :)
Another good name for Cherry Blossom is Sakura.
In Japanese a spring cherry blossom is called a "Sakura"
There's no native Hawaiian word for cherry blossom.
Japan is famous for their cherry blossom.
nobody knows because there is the cherry blossom and the crysanthmum.
Cherry blossom pink
It means precisely "Chinese cherry blossom"