Okina tattoos are one of many awesome Japanese tattoos that never get old.
Noh is one of the major classic musical dramas performed in Japan and has been so for centuries. A key part of a Noh performance are the bold mask worn by the performers, and overtime these masks have become a staple design for Japanese tattoos. The oldest of the masks is called Okina and depicts an old man's face with a long white beard. Symbolizing wisdom, peace and safety the Okina mask also makes for one cool tattoo!
Okina mask tattoos are best done in a bold traditional Japanese style that captures the energy and symbolism of the mask. Whether it's big or small Okina mask tattoos are a quirky design that will make a great talking point. Take a look at these Okina mask tattoo designs: