One of the most common tattoos people decide to ink on their body nowadays is the Japanese koifish. The history of this tattoo dates back to Japanese Edo period, where tattooed spots often symbolized punishment. However in the modern society where people are surrounded by stress, deadly diseases, and many other problems they choose to ink a spot on their body in a form of body art as a symbol that they made it through rough times.
The meaning of Koifish tattoo often represents people who have been struggling in life and now they want a symbol that indicates their success. The tattoo can be done in different colored versions such as in black, red, blue and yellow each symbolizing different meanings.