Speaking of the classic patterns in tattoos, I can’t help but mention the famous Hannya! She was dressed in red and had a graceful figure, except for a very ferocious ghost face. Her most recognizable features are her tight frown, deep sunken eye socket, two strange corners on her head, protruding eyes like copper bells, green faced tusks and ferocious face. It is said that this is a kind of ghost in Japanese legend. More specifically, it should be a kind of complaining spirit.
Some people must wonder why many tattoo lovers have white and red Hannya patterns on their bodies? Just because different people like color? Until one day I read the detailed explanation of Japanese Hannya. I can’t help sharing it with you. In fact, the Japanese Hannya we are familiar with can be divided into three categories: laughing Hannya, white Hannya and red Hannya.