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Rope Topia

Rope Topia is a site about shibari and Kinbaku. In Rope Topia you won’t find the bondage people talk about lately. Actually, it is about the traditional Japanese bondage, Shibari or Kinbaku. Rope Topia was founded by a rope lover. His aims is to share his knowledge and passion with rope practitioners and lovers. In…
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Make your Rope Look Good and Feel Good

Once you are into rope bondage or Shibari, it is very likely that you want a really nice rope. When the rope arrives, it will be a little stiff. I will give you some tips to make your rope look good and feel good. Remember this tip only applies to natural fibre ropes such as…
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Jade Rope

Jade Rope, founded in Australia, offers access to a wide range of rope for bondage enthusiasts. It is an online store that offers a diverse range of ropes, including hemp, jute, cotton and other natural fibre ropes, as well as many man-made and synthetic ropes. This online store wants to offer rope bondage practitioners exactly…
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Dorian Rope

Dorian Rope is a Michigan based rope company that specializes in hand made jute and hemp products for Risk Aware Consensual Kink (R.A.C.K.) play for adults. Dorian rope’s founder is rope enthusiast Dorian, who shows his love and affection through sadism and edge play. Dorias is a sadomasochistic switch who really enjoys rigging, pressure points,…
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Handmade Ropes by Lahtnor

Lahtnor has always loved to use his hands. In his early years of practicing Shibari, he used whatever ropes he could find. However, the ropes were stiff, since the regular rope is for boats and not for human body use. That’s why he launched the Handmade Ropes by Lahtnor. Lahtnor decided to learn how to…
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Twisted Monk

Twisted Monk is an online Rope Store which provides an easy and enjoyable experience for customers. Founded in 2004, when Monk began experimenting with rope bondage. Due to the positive response, he started making ropes for others, forming a business and processing hemp in his backyard. Monk became so famous that he had to move…
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MFP Rope

MFP rope comes for multifilament polypropylene, which is a synthetic fiber. This rope is waterproof and resistant to most oils and lubricants. Unlike dyed ropes, this type comes braided with different pre-colored fiber, so the color remains vibrant and does not bleed or fade. MFP and Decorative Shibari People in decorative shibari prefer this type…
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Which Rope is Best for Shibari?

Which rope is best for shibari? As you might know by now, shibari means binding or tying. So deciding which rope is best for tying is crucial. This is a very common question when you are just starting in this practice, but there is not a specific answer. There is not a specific rope for…
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Nylon Rope

The nylon rope is another type of rope for shibari. People who practice Western shibari are pretty related to this type; it is the favorite one for most Americans. Moreover, decorative shibari has also a wide range of rope kinds. In particular, this practice focuses on the colored rope and its different sizes. This allows…
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Shibari Hemp Rope

Hemp Rope

Hemp rope is commonly in Japanese shibari. People refer to this type of rope as asanawa, which translates to”hemp rope”: “asa” (hemp) and “nawa” (rope). Japanese Shibari avoids synthetic ropes, so they normally use yute or hemp ones. Contrastingly, Western rope bondage uses some synthetic types such as nylon. In addition, they also employ cotton…
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