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Other Shibari Styles

We have spoken about the two most common styles of Shibari, Western and Japanese Shibari. Apart from these styles, there are other ways to identify Shibari. These other styles of Shibari depend on the purpose, intention or goal of the bondage. Since rope bondage is constantly evolving, there is no definitive list of the different…
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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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Seiu Ito

Seiu Ito was born in Asakusa Tokyo in 1882. He was a Japanese painter and the creator of Kinbaku, known in the world as Bondage or Shibari. On imagination, he conjures scenes difficult to imagine—and much more difficult to recreate. In a society as hermetic and mysterious as the Japanese, where it is complex to…
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Shibari at The RestelliArtco Gallery

Shibari at the RestelliaArtco Gallery: this art will make a statement through the exhibition of the photographic project by Umberto Stefanelli, Photogeisha. From 26 to 31 October, among the events hosted within the RestelliArtco Gallery, and the occasion of the Rome Art Week, the photographic exhibition Photogeisha, by Umberto Stefanelli, will display. It is entirely…
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Nabuyoshi Araki

The career if Nabuyoshi Araki has encountered countless accusations by feminist groups who call him a misogynist. These groups call him so because of his photographs of naked women. In particular, those in which these females appear tied with ropes, emulating the well-know Japanese practice of Shibari. Araki studied photography at the University of Chiba…
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