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In the world of Japanese tattoos, two separate design elements are often paired together, with flowers often playing a prominent role. Traditional combinations include Koi fish paired with Kiku (chrysanthemums), or Tigers paired with Botan (Peonies). In Western countries, the chrysanthemum is often associated with death and funerals, but in Japan, where the flower has been cultivated widely for centuries, it is linked to concepts such as dignity, nobility, and motherly love. This book contains 38 pages of detailed chrysanthemum stencil outlines which are well suited for tattoo designs.