Almsgiving (喜捨) – Zen Word For Tattoo in Japanese Brush Stroke Kanji

A Zen word ‘almsgiving’ for your kanji tattoo design is available for an instant download and you have 5 different kanji calligraphy styles to choose from. Your favourite tattoo artist DOES NOT need to know any Japanese.

Explanations and Interpretations

This Zen word has 2 kanjis, which are

  • 喜 : joy, happy
  • 捨 : abandon, throw away

This Zen word reminds us the importance of being free from attachment/obsessions and happily letting go of what is important with no regrets.

‘Almsgiving’ in Buddhism does not originally mean offertory, but rather discarding the attachments and obsessions that you hold in your heart. Once we acquire something, we feel like we can’t let go of it and this attachment (inability to let go of it) clouds our mind by our inability to let go of our attachments. Be willing to throw away what you think is important. To discard one thing is to be free from one attachment. In some cases, throwing away what should be thrown away makes what should not be thrown away stand out more. In other words, discarding is an act of joy.

Instant Download

You can download the file right after the purchase and no need to wait for me to send it to you. Then you just simply forward it to your favourite tattoo artist. The design is 100% accurate and he/she does not need to know any Japanese.

The file contains both calligraphy style and line art (Stencil).Stencil is what your tattoo artist must have to ink the tattoo, as it serves as the outline to trace the artwork onto your skin.

NOTE : the design DOSE NOT NEED TO BE MIRRORED, meaning it should appear on your skin/object just as it appears on the paper.

Depending on your purpose,  pick either jpeg or pdf

If you are looking to use the design just as it appears and not wanting to resize it, then the “jpeg” should be fine.

But if you are looking to

  • use it on a large object and need to resize
  • change the layout / position
    (e.g, vertical▶️horizontal / angled,  etc)

then the “pdf” should be your choice as it will be less work for your tattoo artist, meaning costs less.
(You need to check with your tattoo artist though)

Click the link below for more information.

▶️ pdf or jpg ? Which one is right for me?

5 different styles

You have 5 writing styles to choose from for this design.

each style gives different impressions and I have summarised in the gallery above.

How to order

Just simply tick your preferred style and add it to the cart.

Click here to have a closer look at them.

If you are not sure, please read through the page below or simply contact me.

▶️Purchasing process


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