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Whether they are depicted as larger-than-life or small and diminutive, there's no denying the allure of koi tattoo galleries. In body art, they are often depicted with classic colors like red, white and black; however, there's no reason that other colors can't be thrown into the mix, too.

Although some may choose them for their symbolism - especially when it comes to friendship, affection and virility - others simply choose them for their aesthetic appeal.

Either way, koi are natural choices for illustrations, artwork and body art of all kinds. Explore the world of koi tattoo designs and find a look that you love today!

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There is actually an annual festival in Japan that uses the Japanese koi tattoo design as its representation. The Boys Day Parade uses the fish as a symbol; the event revolves around ideals like courage and overcoming adversity. It makes sense that the fish is the mascot of the event, then, given its great reputation in Japan.

Although the Boys Day Parade is restricted to Japan, its spirit can be grasped easily by people just about anywhere in the world. Outside of Japan, you'd have to explain to others why you'd choose a koi tattoo as a symbol of strength; you wouldn't be wrong, though!

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Koi Tattoos: Dramatic and Beautiful.

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Either way, they are admired for their bravery and for keeping their cool, and those ideals are highly prized among men in that culture. While koi tattoo gallery artwork might symbolize friendship and affection, it could also symbolism manhood and being the "strong, silent type." In the West, though, most people don't look at carp that way.