Wassim Razzouk doesn’t sell any products but his service is really unique. His family has been creating tattoos for pilgrims for the last 700 years. First in Egypt and, in the last 500 years, in Jerusalem. He works with tattooing stamps, some of which are 500 years old. Most of Razzouk’s clients are first-timers who never imagined they’d be getting a tattoo but decide to go for it since this is more than just a tattoo: it’s a certification of their pilgrimage and part of an old tradition.
Address: 31 Shvil Saint George (in the Christian quarter, not far from Jaffa Gate), Jerusalem