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Tattoos in Japan?


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  • Tattoos in Japan?

    Hey guys, so I've been reading about having tattoos in Japan and I have a couple of questions. I have two tattoos on my arm, will I have any problems in Tokyo Disney? May I still use the pool at the resorts? Are there any areas of Tokyo I should avoid or cover up? Thank you
    Jeff Wayne

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    Couple of things in regards to the pool at the hotel. You didn't specify which hotel you were staying at, but Miracosta does charge a fee to use their pool. Secondly, it is pretty common practice in Japan that they ask you to cover up tattoos with a rashguard when going to the pool. But, as far as going to the parks, I don't think you'll run into any issues if your tattoos are visible.

    Here's the TDR hotel website link where the mention tattoos. It's near the bottom of the page under Notices About Using the Facilities


    • #3
      My partner has two medium sized tattoos on his forearms, we didnt have any trouble on our visit to Tokyo last year. Didnt use any pools though.


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