|Related Symbols:||害 (gai: harm), 邪 (ja: vicious)|
|Compound Words:||悪意 (akui: malicious), 善悪 (zenaku: good and evil)|
Japanese symbol for evil. It means something bad in general and does not have religious meaning in Japan. It is more likely to be the symbol of punk rockers or bad guys. If you don’t feel comfortable with the idea or story of evil, stay away form it.
亜 + 心 = 悪
The upper part “亜” means foundation of architecture. The foundation of architecture is sturdy and firm with no flexibility. On the other hand, the lower part “心” means mind in general. Putting altogether, it indicates something stuck in mind then has been developed to mean what it currently means.
Used when people refer to something bad in general. Often used in daily life related to poor performance, bad attitudes, or irresponsibility. But you don’t have to be too serious about its meaning. It’s not gonna bite you, it’s not gonna kill you.
Who to get this symbol for tattoo
Attention punk rokers, it’s for you. You don’t have to be bad guys to have it, but