Category: Shibari Arts

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A Tie is a Strong Hug

A tie is a strong hug: it is an erotic conduction between two people. But why is immobilizing or restricting movement erotic? To begin with, for the tied person, the effect is partly physical. Think of the pressure of the ropes on sensitive points and erogenous zones: a soft or rough friction that depends on…
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Bomma

Founded in 2012, Bomma is a company that brings the traditional Czech glassmaking craft to new and dynamic levels. Bomba is a group with top-level talented skills with sets today’s highest standards of glassmaking. Bomba emphasizes contemporary designs, outstanding glass quality and detail. This has brought the company many awards and worldwide recognition in a…
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Jyowa “Rope Series”

Jyowa “Rope Series” is a project featuring Nawashi Kanna with Kagura and Pedro Cordas as the Filmmaker. It all started in Tokyo in 2011 as a documentary film. Jyowa is an aesthetic experience that takes the viewer into the unique universe of five of Japan’s top artists. Jyowa presents the 5 most recognized artists, Naka…
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Figure of A

Figure of A is an accessories brand that takes its inspiration from Japanese rope bondage. The main desginer is Anna Kii, a rope artist and fashion designer, based in London. Anna practiced rope bondage for several years. Later, she came up with the idea of making a Shibari wearable. This way, she would combine her…
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Eric Stanton in Shibari

Eric Stanton was an American Illustrator of cartoons and comics. He was born in 1926 in New York and died in 1999 at 73 years old. Eric studied at the School of Visual Arts and made his debut as an illustrator and comic artist in 1947. The influence of Eric Stanton in Shibari is now…
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Omi Kazuhiro

Omi Kazuhiro is a graduate from the Musashino Art University in Tokyo, Japan. He is a great artist who follows the idea and passion of great rope bondage senseis. Some of these are Tsukioka Yoshitoshi, Seiu Ito, Suma Toshiyuki, Muku Yoji, and Osuma Kaname. Omi Kazuhiro: a Bit of Context Omi is a commercial illustrator…
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Agustin Tentesion

Shibari is so beautiful and artistic that it has been studied by various photographers—and Agustin Tentesion knows it. In Spain, there are several photographers that are affectionate to this art, such as Tentesion himself. He is one of the most famous shibari photographers worldwide. Originally from Barcelona, he has been portraying fetichism and BDSM scenes…
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Pain and Pleasure

For some people, pain and pleasure are equals. Physiologically, endorphins and adrenaline are chemicals that make people feel good. Pain and Pleasure: Freud Sigmund Freud developed the pain pleasure principle, which suggests that people make choices to avoid or decrease pain. In contrast, people can make choices that create or increase pleasure. This principle explains…
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Shibari Emotions

During sessions, shibari emotions are a priority. In this discipline, the emphasis is not placed on the binding itself, but on how the rope is placed from the rigger. The rope becomes an extension of his/her hands and creates a relationship of intimacy. The Japanese bondage concerns more on the path that leads to the…
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