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LST has never steered me wrong with advice. Does anyone know about tattooers in the Philippines? Looking for Americana or Japanese one shots. My grandpa lives there, so I may be traveling there this winter to visit my ancestors' Mecca. I know there's an old witch of a lady who tattoos in the local style, but I think it's far fetched to think that I'll get something from her. Thanks in advance, LST.

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LST has never steered me wrong with advice. Does anyone know about tattooers in the Philippines? Looking for Americana or Japanese one shots. My grandpa lives there, so I may be traveling there this winter to visit my ancestors' Mecca. I know there's an old witch of a lady who tattoos in the local style, but I think it's far fetched to think that I'll get something from her. Thanks in advance, LST.

I'm not much help, but I totally want to get tattooed by that lady you are speaking of. She's a badass!

Whang-Od The Last Kalinga Tattoo Artist of the Philippines | Lars Krutak

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I checked out a shop in Cebu City last time I visited the Philippines, must say the shop was dodgy! It was one of those advertise other peoples work as their own type of deals, I only realised this as they had pics of khan tattoos work that I had seen before. Polished scratchers in that shop at best.

Where are you heading? I love the Philippines!

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