Horihide is one of the number one representatives of Horimono and is unanimously considered a real reference point for modern tattoo. With this book, the master generously shows the world his drawings, result of the research he carried out over a lifetime. His style takes inspiration from the traditional Japanese Ukyo-e prints and most of his subjects are the re-interpretation of famous prints adapted to the human body, or, as the master says, "translated into tattoos", with extra details that fit perfectly with the beauty of Horimono. Horihide prefers the more classical characters of the Japanese culture, those that even people in Japan who are not into tattoo art can recognize easily, such as the subjects taken from the prints that represent scenes of the Kabuki theater. A Collection of subjects expressed with simple, elegant and precise line.