TATTOO HYGIENE REGULATIONS IN JAPAN
As the tattoo industry in Japan is semi-legal and unregulated, we can’t speak about some specific health and safety standards. So, it’s up to the tattoo artist how to protect themselves and their clients and how they want to provide a hygienic environment for their work. What Hori Benny suggests for tattoo artists in Japan, is to have a look at the strictest regulations in other countries and use these as a basis for your own hygiene guidelines. It’s better to meet high standards on your own, before the government sets even higher ones.
In this video, Hori mostly explains, why Cheyenne is the best tattoo equipment, when it comes to protecting the tattoo artist and their client.
The following topics are covered in detail:
- Setting up the equipment: Covering the machine and the grip
- Cheyenne cartridge system: The role of the Safety Membrane and other advantages
- Autoclaving: Why it is very important