The tattoo parlor where Kenzo’s got his ink may be one of the few places where a tattoo is actually allowed.
In Japan, there are about 10 tattoo parlors where people can get a tattoo and pay $150 to get a free one.
The law requires a minimum tattoo size of 5.5 inches, with an additional 2.5-inch requirement for people under 18.
But it also allows for up to six tattoos on the body, with the tattoo artist responsible for the final approval.
The rules have caused controversy for a few Japanese men who have tattoos, including one who got one with the words “no sex” on his chest.
But in a recent interview with Bloomberg News, the tattoo parlier, Masahiro Okamoto, defended the law.
He said he’s been dealing with tattoos for 40 years.
“There are a lot of people who have had tattoos for many years,” Okamoto said.
“But, of course, I think that it’s important to have a standard of tattoo size for everyone.”
Okamoto said he has been the subject of harassment from customers who have wanted to have his tattoo.
“I’ve been a victim of people wanting to have my tattoo,” Okomo said.
Okamoto also defended the tattoo policy, saying that tattoos are a personal choice, and that he doesn’t have any control over them.
“My tattoo was made by me, and I wanted to express my personal taste in tattoos,” Okomoto said.
Okamoto, who has received more than a hundred tattoos in his career, said he doesn.t think the policy is racist, but it has caused him to be misunderstood by some.
“A lot of times, people say that the tattoo artists who work in tattoo parliaments are not really representing the majority of the Japanese tattoo-holders,” he said.
“But I think the people who wear the tattoos are also the ones who have the most power.”
Okomoto, who was born in Japan and raised in Canada, said his tattoos are not meant to offend anyone.
“The tattoos are intended to be seen as a personal expression of my individuality and the personal taste of my tattoo-maker,” he explained.
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