All about FOX in Japanese!
Fox says KITSUNE in Japanese.
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Hope it helps for your tattoo ideas and designs!
How to read
It gives clever, smart and sometimes shrewd impressions.
Is it good or bad??
Both! In Japan, a fox is sometimes a divine messenger and sometimes an evil spirit that deceives people.
For example, do you know Kurama in Naruto, the nine-tailed beast? Its origin is an ancient Japanese demon called “Kyubi no Kitsune”.
KYU = nine
BI = tail
NO = of
KITSUNE = fox
Japanese people in old times thought that the fox had the ability to transform into a human and tried to trick people.
That’s why we have an image that fox is a crafty animal.
On the contrary, a fox is treated as a divine messenger and enshrined all over Japan. You can see a fox statue like this at Japanese shrines. It’s said there are over 30,000 fox statues in Japan.
Either way, it’s believed that a fox is an animal with mysterious power!
The left part of the character pictures “animal” and the right part represents the sound “KO”, another way of reading the KITSUNE symbol.
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