Young Girl Follows Dream To Become Tattoo Artist At Nine Years Old

This young girl is following in her father’s footsteps having become a tattoo artist at just SIX YEARS OLD.

Noko Nishigaki, now 9, has built a growing list of clients and often uses her father’s skin as a canvas to practice on.

Born in Japan but having recently moved to Amsterdam, Netherlands, Noko tattoos out of parlour belonging to her father, Kenji, an infamous Japanese tattooist who goes by the name “Gakkin.”

Talented Noko has developed her skills over the past three years, and she is now responsible for designing, practicing and executing her own ideas, often choosing to draw delicate birds and dreamcatchers.