The Art of Japanese Binding Based on 1400s: Hojojutsu

Hojojutsu, a far east sport / art based on leaving a person immobile with the help of ropes, is examined.
The first form of Shibari and Kinbaku.

(see shibari)
(see kinbaku)
(see bondage)
(see bdsm)

It is the art of binding Japanese with the most expressive expression. The origin of this art, which dates back to 1400s, is known as hojo-jutsu. hojo-jutsu is a far east sport / art based on leaving a person immobile with the help of ropes.
In the 1400s, hojo-jutsu, which draws attention as a method used to make the person ineffective and unable to attack, changed its shape in 1700s and took its name shibari. shibari focused on the concept of pride, which took an important place in Japanese culture in 1700s. It is a method of punishment that shamelessly embarrassed, embarrassing people display their bodies in front of the public.
Shibari made by using different nodes, complex ties and special ropes, formed its own ritual as time progressed, and it has developed in the master-apprentice relationship to the present day.

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