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Samurai Warriors: The Fathers of Japanese Bondage

Samurai Warriors: The Fathers of Japanese Bondage

Posted on Aug 1, 2011 by Contributor

The art of Japanese bondage, also known as Kinbaku,originated during Edo period of Japan, around the 19th century. whenSamurais employed elaborate techniques for restraining prisoners by using ropesand knots. With time, people started using these techniques forrecreational and erotic purposes.

Bondage became more open and popular in Japan at thebeginning of the 20th century. By the 1960s, there were specializedmagazines, and artists and performers were creating a scene, making Kinbaku animportant movement. One of these artists was Osada Eikichi, who organizedperformances from the 1960s on, and helped shape modern Japanese bondage.

Today, Japanese bondage has crossed the borders of Japan, and is being used by manyin the Western world, giving birth to a variety of mixed styles, and lots of adultfun.

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