The Most Famous Japanese Bondage Arts

Let the games begin!

You will need two to four pieces of jute or cotton rope, about 8 inches long. If you are in a hurry, you may use scarves or any other soft cloth. It could be also a good idea to heat up the play with other stimuli, like blindfolding, changing temperature with ice and candles, petting with different textures and, if the two enjoy, a little spanking would not hurt!

With consent, everything goes

Just like in any other sexual practice, it does not matter who ties or is tied (the couple can even take turns!), What counts is pleasure. In addition, these special bandages are designed to highlight the beauty of the female body, marking the breasts, waist, hip, etc., which makes everything even sexier. And the most important, the person who sets the boundary of the game is the person who is immobilized.

The advantages of being tied up in Japanese bondage arts

The feeling of being at the mercy of the partner, or the partners, and being surprised by the other’s desires (which triggers the body’s defense system, discharging a huge amount of adrenaline, endorphin, dopamine and other neurotransmitters that are also responsible for excitement) is the great buzz for bondage practitioners.

The same logic applies to the most traditional Japanese bondage arts, Shibari, with a plus: the rope is intertwined in order to stimulate various points of the body linked to sexual energy.

Trust is fundamental

As with other BDSM practices Shibari is not practiced with a partner whom we do not trust. The play is only great if we are absolutely sure that all limits and boundaries will be respected, and that pleasure for both would be considered equally important.

Shibari is not by itself a sadomasochistic practice. The fact that there are ropes involved and one of the partners being completely immobilized during sex does not imply pain, torture or black marks at the end of the act. However, if the couple decides, nothing prevents them from going further should they wish to do so.

What is Shibari

To understand Shibari – or Japanese bondage arts – it is important to understand, first and foremost, the Japanese way of thinking and what goals that art lovers hope to achieve.

In Japanese culture, the group is always more important than the individuals who make up this group. In this case, the group is you and your partner; and bondage is the result of a joint effort by that group. The success of a bondage is determined by the value that the partners place in that act. It is the skill, knowhow, and technique of the tie-maker coupled with the partner’s ability to cope, withstand, and deal with the moorings.

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The psychological effects of Japanese bondage arts are incredible. Not only will your partner feel fully exposed at your mercy, but the erotic effects of the ropes will also constantly and increasingly excite him or her. This is wonderful and at the same time embarrassing, because apart from your partner having no control over this growing excitement, he or she also know that this is not enough to satisfy them and they will end up asking – and most likely begging for more!

Shinju means pearls and is the Japanese word for breasts.

It is also, for this very reason, the name of one of the most basic and sensual forms of Japanese bondage. It can be done in a variety of ways, depending on the purpose it is made, and can be worn underneath clothing, thereby creating incredibly sensual and sadomasochistic opportunities.

Shinju needs 3 pieces of ropes not too long. Here are the steps:

  1. 1. Pass the first piece of rope around the back, just below the breasts. Rope should touch the breasts. Do not tighten too much, but take care, at each turn of the rope, to tighten in the same way as the previous one and, likewise, the next one. When you are done spinning, tie the ends of this rope with a knot back there, very close to the spine, but next to it, and NOT on it.
  2. 2. Take the second string and do the same thing, but start by wrapping the back in the upper part of the breasts. It looks like the Shibari of the photo you see above.

Now, we going to tie the third and last rope:

  1. 3. Fold this rope in half and pass between the breasts, underneath the first, which is just below the breasts. Wrap the rope in itself two or three times, pass one end underneath and the other over the loop that passes through the upper part of the breasts, and then “V” in the direction of the shoulders and then the back.

When you get there, pull the two pieces of ropes just enough to raise your breasts a little (remember where this rope is anchored) and finish tying both ends on each side of the spine, being careful, again, not to let the knots to set over it.

Shibari, which has its origins in the Middle Ages, when it was created as a torture technique, retains rules that, as in so many other Oriental tortures, are the same: time and repetition. In modern oriental erotic bondage, time is also a very important factor. Use time… with time. And give it some time for the effect of Shinju to make itself felt.

This simple lashing technique we have just learned creates a certain erotic tension, caused mainly by the ropes involving the breasts and passing through the shoulders, in addition to the knots, which are placed at known points of sensation. Slowly, almost with the slowness of Zen, the breasts and nipples are getting more and more sensitized, to the point that the clothing itself is too strong a stimulus for your submissive.

Now that you are beginning to discover the combination of the known effects of Japanese bondage arts. We guarantee that power and vulnerability, coupled with the beauty, aesthetics, and intense erotic massage caused by special ropes you can purchase from our site, make Shibari a great Japanese passionate art.

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