Tattoos with unique signification and writing.
We translate and design for you in Tibetan.

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  • 1800
  • tatouage initiale
  • 1150
  • 1930
  • Artistic circular tibetan letters tattoos
  • 1910

Our values

No machine translation

Your tattoo will be translated by a Tibetan translator who will check with you the English meaning if necessary. Unlike Google Translate.

Handmade

Man or woman,that your tattoo design be for your wrist, arm or back, it will always be realized in the same manner: by a human being.

Origin: Tibet

We struggle for Tibet to survive.
This is why you can be sure we will always deliver a best in class translation

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Our Tattoo Blog

girls and tattoo body art

Girls and tattoo art: the secrets of our customers

Being a girl and wanting to get a tattoo sometimes means standing out from the other half of the human population and aspiring to more different achievements. No, I do not want to suffer to be beautiful. Leave that to these gentlemen who, whatever they might have said, have adopted well to this ritual! I […]

japanese tattoo covering the entire body

Japanese tattoos : Origin and expansion

Japanese tattoo was an instrument for punishment Initially (until the 16th century) japanese tattoo was an instrument for punishment used in the army, from there it was gradually deported in society under the name of Irezumi – of “Ire” and “Sumi” meaning “place” and “ink”. Japanese tattoo across the body: The tattoo became ornamental in the 17th […]

Sak Yant, the art of sacred tattoos in Thailand

Sak Yant has its roots in Buddhism, animism or even Brahmanism If there is one country where the tattoo has become a sacred art, it is Thailand. Well-known from tattoo enthusiasts, the Sak Yant is a complex system that has its roots in Buddhism, animism or even Brahmanism. Its iconography is composed of charts, sacred formulas […]