Monday, February 27, 2012

Skin museum

Yokohama Japan,  Ink-freaks from around the globe dream of making a pilgrimage to this place, a musty little two-floor treasure trove of pictures and paraphernalia, owned by the internationally-renowned tattoo master Horiyoshi III.

On special department, you can find the entire human skins, some are 100 years old, that people bequeathed to the museum. To make your skin accepted into the museum (Of course after your death), you must be completely covered with tattoos, must be deed of great master, and must be a masterpiece

Some of the skin are considered such masterpieces that their price reaches several million dollars.



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