Tattoo trial could determine the legal future of Japan’s taboo ink tradition

Two years ago, police in the city of Osaka raided Taiki Masuda’s studio, arresting and fining him — his crime was working as a tattoo artist without also being a licensed doctor. Masuda contested his fine, and his trial is currently underway in Osaka The …
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