The Eroticization of Suffering Kinbaku Today 2

The Eroticization of Suffering (Updated)

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Red Sabbath explains how she eroticizes the experience of semenawa.

The Floor and the Darkness

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Recently I had the chance to go through a workshop completely dedicated only to floorwork and partials. I am used to doing Kinbaku classes...

Kirigami and Tenshiko: Hashira

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The following text was written in Italian by Tenshiko after a long session on a hashira, and it was translated by Kirigami. We hope...

Ōmi Kazuhiro – Kinbaku artist

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A graduate of Musashino Art University, Tokyo, Ōmi Kazuhiro san is a fine artist following in the footsteps of Tsukioka Yoshitoshi, Ito Seiu, Suma...

Sugiura Norio: Celebrating 45 Years in Bondage Photography

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Sugiura Norio recently marked his nearly half-century in bondage photography with a large-scale retrospective in Tokyo and publication of a deluxe book of his...

Kanna and Kagura: Picture of Hell (10th Anniversary Video)

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To celebrate their 10th anniversary, Nawashi Kanna and Kagura have produced a new video, "Picture of Hell," a 110 minute video showing not only...

Heartbreak and Hope

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Evie Vane is the author of Better Bondage for Every Body and The Little Guide to Getting Tied Up. Down like dominoes they’ve been going. Over the past several...

World Rope Bondage Report 2018

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The online survey was initiated by 天つ縄 AMATSUNAWA following a series of private conversations in which questions related to the growth of interest and...

Kotobazeme

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As with all things Japanese, translating the meaning of a word into a western language is fraught with difficulty. Take the word aoi as...

Interview with Naka Akira

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In the middle of November 2017 in Turin, Kinbaku Luxuria hosted a Naka Ryu dedicated event. Many people not only from around Europe but...

Review: Nureki: Ayano and Tsubaki (O-121 and O-122)

Nureki Chimuo was one of the top kinbakushi during the Showa period and remained one of the most sought after rope artists in Japan...

Wabi-sabi: Humility in Aesthetics

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A British BBC broadcaster, Marcel Theroux, once decided to find true meaning of wabi-sabi. For that very reason he traveled to Japan to learn...