|Related Symbols:||木 (ki: tree), 草 (kusa: grass)|
|Compound Words:||花火 (hanabi: fireworks), 花屋 (hanaya: flower shop)|
Japanese symbol for flower. The symbol of something beautiful, the symbol for women. Strongly associated with beauty.
The symbol has two parts. The upper part symbolizes the way grasses look, then the lower part shows two people in different postures meaning “change.” Putting altogether, the symbol indicates the way plants grow up and change from seeds to fruits.
Besides the original meaning, the symbol also indicates something beautiful or gorgeous or something that looks like flowers. For instance, “花火” means fireworks to as they look like flowers in bloom. It could also means “woman” in comparison with men.
Who to get this symbol for tattoo
Definitely for women because it is strongly associated with beauty, producing feminine impressions.