Some attitudes in Japan seem bizarre, even frustrating, to foreign eyes. For example, take tattoos. Although Japanese tattoo art is among the most beautiful and rich in the world, because of its symbolic association with the criminal world people with tattoos are usually not allowed into public bathhouses, hot springs, or even public swimming pools. But more and more tourists with tattoos are visiting Japan and more young Japanese people are getting tattoos, so what can be done? Easy. Just wear a Tattoo Cover Aqua over your "offensive" ink and then you can bathe without fear of being ejected from the premises.
This is a set of four postcard-sized sheets, each in a different gradation of skin color. They are printed using an industry-first water-pressure technique, and in addition to body art can also be used to conceal stretch marks, bruises, and other markings on the skin that you would rather keep out of public gaze.
The Tattoo Cover Aqua Stickers features: