Tag: Kinbaku

Pink Film

A Pink film is a Japanese softcore film which frequently shows Shibari and Kinbaku. Production of pink films began after World War II and reached their peak in the 70s. They are not pornographic because Japanese regulations forbid to show genitalia on screen. Consequently, Pink films are a lot more playful and erotic, since they…
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Shibari Kinbaku and Hojojutsu

Although these terms: Shibari, Kinbaku and Hojojutsu, are sometimes used indiscriminately, they represent different periods within the history of bondage. Knowing their meanings more precisely can lead to a greater understanding of bondage. If ropes are becoming your best friends, it is important that you know more about the terminology involved. Hojojutsu refers to the…
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Wari

Wari is an intuition of the most appropriate element for a specific situation in a bondage scene. As Kinbaku master Nureki says: “So many women, so many ways of Kinbaku”. This means that a rigger should never act unimaginatively, according to a formula. Rather, he must look for the one most appropriate element to include…
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Kinbakushi

Japanese rope bondage started with Hojojutsu, which is a military form of torture, humiliation, and restraint. Hojojutsu evolved into Shibari, which is the art of rope bondage for aesthetic purposes. Kinbaku, on the other hand, is more directly connected to sexuality, although it doesn’t always end up with sexual intercourse. In any case, it can…
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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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Agura Shibari Tie

Before learning about the agora shibari tie, know that rope bondage can be dangerous and you should not attempt it without proper training. Agura Shibari Tie – the Principle The Agura Shibari tie (Yukawaza) is a folded leg tie in which the person is in a folded-leg position in the style of a lotus flower.…
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Osada Steve

To begin with, Master Osada Steve was born in Germany. He became a Japanese Shibari artist, stage performer, and general educator. Moreover, he has lived in several regions of Asia spanning almost have a decade. Osada Steve and Shibari He developed a great passion for Japanese rope arts or bondage back in the 90s. He…
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Andy Buru

Who is Andy Buru? During his time in Japan, Andy Buru became fascinated by the presence, passion and Zen in every one of life’s moments—a fascination he loves to share. Living in Stockholm, in Sweden, Andy Buru is a recognized teacher of European and Japanese rope bondage. He’s also a student of theatre, a medical…
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Morikai Studio

Located in the Montefiore neighborhood in Tel Aviv, in Israel, Morikai Studio was founded in 2018. A group of Shibari enthusiasts from the BDSM and kink community decided to create a friendly space for anyone to share their knowledge in Shibari. It was a place to teach and be taught, and practice, together. Since its…
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Medical Risks of Breast Bondage

In the past few years, Breast Bondage has become more and more popular among Shibari practitioners. It is very common to find breast bondage images in the internet of breasts turning purple—and that doesn’t seem very safe. The link between breast bondage and cancer Other Shibari practitioners have become concerned about the trauma inflicted by…
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