10 Cheerful Ebisu Tattoos

By Robert Davies - 
10 Cheerful Ebisu Tattoos

One of the Seven God's of Good Fortune, Ebisu, is a cheerful character and a great tattoo subject.

Japanese tattoos don't get much more cheerful than these Ebisu tattoos. 


The Seven God's Of Good Fortune are a popular theme in Japanese tattooing and a prominent feature of them is Ebisu. Portrayed as a fat, bearded and smiling man Ebisu is the patron of fisherman and tradesman. Often depicted carrying a fishing rod with a red snapper under his arm (a symbol of luck) Ebisu makes one fun Japanese tattoo. 

Best done in bold color Ebisu tattoos can be incorporated into a larger design or be a standalone piece. Certainly a tattoo to brighten your day these Ebisu tattoos will get you inspired for some fun Japanese ink of your own. Enjoy!! 

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