Hey guys, it’s Yuta. So the concept is very simple: I showed random Japanese people some kanji tattoos, and asked them if they think they are cool or not. And I included both normal ones and weird ones. Check this out. Yeah, so if you want a tattoo in a foreign language I think it’s best to check with people who speak that language natively. Or at least you can find a tattoo artist from the country where they speak that language. But if you really want to understand what kanji is cool in the Japanese context, you need to be able to understand Japanese. And if you want to learn Japanese with me, I can send you some free Japanese lessons by email. So click the link, and subscribe to my email group, Japanese With Yuta. Alright, see you guys soon. Ciao ciao!