Japan’s tebori tattoo master

At a small, clinically-lit studio in Tokyo’s Roppongi district, fearsome warriors and mythical creatures glare out from paper drawings lining the perimeter of the space.

The tattooist here, who asked to be identified simply as Ryugen, specializes in traditional Japanese imagery — colorful, cartoon-like forms inspired by nature, religious iconography and the country’s famous “ukiyo-e” wood block prints.

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