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  • I want to share this interesting post Zetsu Nawa wrote some days ago in his blog KinbakuToday. In the same way as it happened before in previous opportunities, I share the same feeling about the general status quo and hard facts of Kinbaku in our occidental world. I may have subtle differences when he generalizes how things are happening in the west.  I really feel this is subtly different in Europe, US, and the rest of occidental scene, mainly when it comes to rigger’s levels and skills. That being said I must agree in a 100% about his feeling on...

    From KinbakuToday: Rope Community and Culture

    I want to share this interesting post Zetsu Nawa wrote some days ago in his blog KinbakuToday. In the same way as it happened before in previous opportunities, I share the same feeling about the general status quo and hard facts of Kinbaku in our occidental world. I may have subtle differences when he generalizes how things are happening in the west.  I really feel this is subtly different in Europe, US, and the rest of occidental scene, mainly when it comes to rigger’s levels and skills. That being said I must agree in a 100% about his feeling on...

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  • Those people who have spent some time studying shibari know the importance of traditional school patterns when you practice it. Some of those patterns not only guarantee a short way to achieve something, but also entail several years and several generations of experience from great masters embedded in their loops and twists. Takatekote is a Japanese expression that literally means “hands up in angle with the forearms” which is clearly not the position we all know in the tie with that name. Gote shibari as an expression refers to any tie that has the model’s hands tied on the back....

    The importance of a Takatekote

    Those people who have spent some time studying shibari know the importance of traditional school patterns when you practice it. Some of those patterns not only guarantee a short way to achieve something, but also entail several years and several generations of experience from great masters embedded in their loops and twists. Takatekote is a Japanese expression that literally means “hands up in angle with the forearms” which is clearly not the position we all know in the tie with that name. Gote shibari as an expression refers to any tie that has the model’s hands tied on the back....

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    Follow the White Rabbit!

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