In tattoo-taboo Japan, those who are inked-up have received taboojapanese helping hand — in both English and Japanese — with the launch of a new website that offers information about tattoo-friendly hot springs and other locations nationwide.
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The website also has columns on topics such as bathing guy creampied by shemale and the history of tattoos in Japan — which has long shunned them due to their association with yakuza. Because some spots do not clearly indicate their no-tattoo policies online, some visitors told her they were told not to enter the facilities only after checking in. Prohibitions on tattooed visitors to public bathhouses in the country were originally put in place to deny the entry of yakuza members, many of whom are tattooed.
However, Kawasaki said tattoos, which have gained popularity globally, have increasingly been recognized as legitimate forms of fashion — a shift that is expected to become even more clear with an increase taboojapanese foreign tourists in the run-up to the Tokyo Olympics.
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The view of taboojapanese has also undergone a change in the Taboojapanese travel and leisure industry, Kawasaki said, amid a shift in focus from group tours to more personalized, individual tourism, with each facility vying to attract visitors by offering a variety of special options. As this trend grows, the rigid, negative reaction to those with tattoos no longer makes sense, Kawasaki suggested.