un dialogue entre les cordes et pinceau
a dialogue between the ropes and brush. When Kinbaku meet Calligraphy
Cast: Misungui , Pierre Estable , Amaury Grisel
direction : Amaury Grisel
camera : Jessica Rispal & Guillaume Leroux
editing : Guillaume Leroux & Amaury Grisel
coordination : Franckie Vega
music : Spek de troll
The first few minutes of our show at the London Festival of the Art of Japanese Bondage, 2011. This illustrates just what effect can be achieved with a single length of rope applied with some care.
Ippon-nawa is correct if you are counting ropes, however, right or wrong, I originally heard the term ichinawa being applied so I stuck with it.
Shot by Hebari, a notorious Australian pervert of the nicest kind.
A demonstration of kinbaku newaza (Japanese bondage floor work) by Esinem & Eden.
This is a tutorial that shows how to make a TK that does not have cinches.
Bondage is risky. If you are a beginner please take classes! If you only learn from videos chances are you injure your partner in an unwanted way.
a film I made for the Rope-Making Wiki-Book
More stuff from “SHIBARI”
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