For three days a year on the third weekend of May, the streets of Tokyo's Asakusa district come alive. A great procession of men stripped to their underwear flood the streets and show off the tapestry of colors painted onto their skin thanks to the ancient Japanese tattoo art of irezumi. To the police watching from the sidelines, it can seem an unnerving display of strength. A whole crowd of people is there, cheering on criminals, brazenly showing off their irezumi — now commonly thought of as a Yakuza tattoo tradition. The earliest hints of tattoos in Japan come from the remains of people who died in the Paleolithic period.
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But she cites one film, Gokudo no tsumamachi , which tells the stories of two Yakuza wives, as being a driving inspiration behind the work. What it came down to in the end was sheer perseverance; time invested in research, meeting people, learning the language and further deepening her understanding of Japanese culture. Soon, an opportunity arose.
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