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A collection of articles from some of the best Japanese bondage sites:

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A new emporium opening this weekend, 28 March, in Canterbury. Here's what they have in store: The Master's Room is going to be an exciting French Gothic furniture room filled with quality bespoke furniture. As with our Boiler Room, we don't do things by half, we love to create authentic, deep and seductive rooms that are ... The post Get kinky in Kent: The Master's Room appeared first on ESINEM . [...]
Thu, Mar 26, 2015
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The post How To: Yukinaga Max: Tengu Shibari appeared first on Kinbaku Today. [...]
Tue, Mar 24, 2015
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Secrets of Hojojutsu Hojojutsu is one of the martial arts that has contributed significantly to the history of kinbaku. As a part of both military and law enforcement training, the goals of hojojutsu were to restrain, transport, and display prisoners, often using decorative patterns that would signify the prisoner's rank, class, or station in life. Initially a battlefield technique, as Japan became more organized during the Tokugawa Shogunate, the focus on tying shifted from military application to law enforcement. Like many aspects of budo, hojojutsu evolved differently depending on region, style or school, only a few of which are still taught and practiced today. This 1930 volume contains 53 two color diagrams of ties for Edo era Japan. From the collection of Machikata Yoriki under the title “Secret View of Hojojutsu,” the book provides illustrations of 26 ties, with commentary, from one particular school of hojojutsu. A few examples from the collection: title 3 2 4 1 From the collection of Zetsu Nawa The post Gallery: Hojojutsu Secrets (Chinsho Collection, 1930) appeared first on Kinbaku Today. [...]
Mon, Mar 23, 2015
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Secrets of Hojojutsu Hojojutsu is one of the martial arts that has contributed significantly to the history of kinbaku. As a part of both military and law enforcement training, the goals of hojojutsu were to restrain, transport, and display prisoners, often using decorative patterns that would signify the prisoner's rank, class, or station in life. Initially a battlefield technique, as Japan became more organized during the Tokugawa Shogunate, the focus on tying shifted from military application to law enforcement. Like many aspects of budo, hojojutsu evolved differently depending on region, style or school, only a few of which are still taught and practiced today. This 1930 volume contains 53 two color diagrams of ties for Edo era Japan. From the collection of Machikata Yoriki under the title “Secret View of Hojojutsu,” the book provides illustrations of 26 ties, with commentary, from one particular school of hojojutsu. A few examples from the collection: title 3 2 4 1 From the collection of Zetsu Nawa The post Gallery: Hojojutsu Secrets (Chinsho Collection, 1930) appeared first on Kinbaku Today. [...]
Mon, Mar 23, 2015
Source: Kinbaku Today
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Artist: Aaron Jacob Jones girl-armchair-leg-bondage-by-silveraj girl-standing-bondage-by-silveraj girl-kneeling-chair-bondage-by-silveraj girl-sitting-hair-bondage-by-silveraj girl-sitting-chair-bondage-by-silveraj Drawn to Rope is a rope-themed life-drawing event in London (UK), during which interested artists have the opportunity to draw or paint portraits of people in rope and doing rope. The event is a collaboration between Pop-up Rope Events (London UK) and artist SingingTree (Dee). Each Drawn to Rope session has a theme and invited models and their riggers working within that theme. There is also a small drawing class in the morning for beginners and those who wish to brush up on their skills. Pop-up Rope Events website: http://popupropeevents.co.uk/ SingingTree website: http://redpandadee.deviantart.com/ The post Drawn to Rope: Aaron Jacob Jones appeared first on Kinbaku Today. [...]
Mon, Mar 23, 2015
Source: Kinbaku Today