Red Bunny Tattoo

Shops, Art


This spacious tattoo studio emphasises quality and originality, and has four artists on hand – this is fairly unusual since most Japanese studios are run by single artists and require appointments, but Red Bunny Tattoo offers same-day service. Any recommended themes? ‘Standard dragons or carp are nice, but yokais (monsters) have become more popular recently,’ says artist Akatsuki. ‘Sculptures at shrines and temples are also good inspiration for tattoos, so you might want to look for motifs there. Bring a picture and we’ll create a design for you. Tourists sometimes get their travel memories inked.’

Coin-sized designs from ¥10,000, postcard-sized from ¥50,000, larger sizes by the hour (¥12,000/hour). Visitors welcome, same-day appointments okay. English spoken.


3F, 2-8-1 Kichijoji-honcho, Musashino-shi, Tokyo

Transport Kichijoji Station (Keio Inokashira line)

Telephone 0422 21 2515

Open 1pm-8pm daily


Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.

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