About Ti’a’iri

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Ti’a’iri the fruit of the candlenut, is a nut that was once used for lighting or for Tattoo dyeing.
Soot obtained after burnt the nuts was mixed with water or Monoi (coconut oil) and served as a dye for tattooing.

Ti’a’iri Tattoo studio is located in a unique environment thanks to restoration common of the castle of Saint Amand Puisaye (France), which offers visitors a relaxing and warm atmosphere. Surrounded by nature, Saint Amand Puisaye, in Burgundy, is the heart of one of the most important regions in French pottery , thanks to its favorable land for this activity. There are thirty workshops and shops in the area as well as exhibitions, and markets that drive the country throughout the year. Here you will find all the necessary information to organize your stay (accommodation, visits …).

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