Japan has an incredible magazine culture. Walk into any Japanese book-
with a magazine section - it's mind boggling.
The tattoo magazine market is quickly catching up. Despite the still
lent view in Japan that tattooing is not an art form but the sign of
nal. Several new and one-off magazines have been launched over the
I currently offer the following Japanese Tattoo Magazines:
"Tattoo Burst" (bi-monthly)
"Tattoo Tribal" (monthly)
"Tattoo The Life"
Tattoo Girls" (quarterly)
These mags are 28 US Dollars each. I sometimes have
spending this much cash on just one magazine, but 1. I feel they are
and 2. if you are a working artist, find inspiration for just one single
is your costs covered, and then some... BTW: even if you mana-
ge to subscribe
directly from the publishers (which means you need to speak
or write Japanese)
- including shipping and handling, you would most likely
pay just as much, or even more, than what you pay here.
I also have copies of the following one-off Japanese tattoo magazines:
"1st Tattoo" (Ed.: Tattoo