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The best tattoo idea for 2018: Koi fish and coin tattoo

Koi fish tattoos have become ones of the most popular, beautiful and common inks that are tattooed on different parts of a body permanently. This powerful symbol of strength and determination is suitable for men and women and can be both colorful and monochromic.
 

Remember that all the meanings of koi fish tattoos are interpreted differently depending on what they combined with. In this article, Tadashi Tattoo - Tattoo in Saigon will explain the meaning of koi fish and coin tattoo design.

Koi fish and coin tattoo designs

The color of koi fish tattoo represents many different meanings. If the red color shows strong love, blue is the embodiment of the family and masculinity, yellow means wealth and luck. Especially, the coin always used to serve as a magnet for good luck and prosperity, that’s why Chinese and Japanese often put this symbol in tattoos. As the combination of yellow carp and gold coins makes them more meaningful.

  
The absence of colors doesn’t make it less interesting or beautiful. Just the other way about, these thick clear outlines and soft shading add a spice into koi fish tattoo. The highlight is the yellow coins that show wealth and luck for those who own them.
 
 
If you live in Saigon, do not forget to come with Tadashi tattoo - tattoo in Saigon to get the best tattoo. We are very happy to serve you!
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Artist Tadashi Trung is the main artist working at Tadashi Tattoo. Graduated from Ho Chi Minh University of Fine Arts 9 years ago, Trung Tadashi was then spending 5 years at Japan to enrich his knowledge and accumulate experience of Oriental art.
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