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This course teaches not only one but two rifle-style suspensions (teppozuri, 鉄砲吊り) featuring two different models.

It also teaches a number of simple but highly efficient ties that, once mastered will greatly increase your kinbaku vocabulary.

The one-rope buffalo wings (toba shibari, 鳥羽縛り) is a magnificient tie to capture your rope partner and make them feel helpless.

The one-rope reverse choker (gyaku kubikazenawa, 逆首風縄) is meant to choke and at the same time expose the armpits (wakizarashi, 脇晒し) rendering your rope partner completely vulnerable.

The praying mantis tie (kamakirinawa, 蟷螂縄) is also called tourou shibari. The takate (upper arm, 高手) and kote (forearm, 小手) are tied in such a way that the hands could catch insects zipping by. If only the arms were free.

About the "Inner" Meanings of Ties



In kinbaku/shibari (緊縛/縛り) we have shibarikata (bondage patterns, 縛り方) laden with history and shrouded in mystery.
Certain ties have been developed for certain reasons.
Knowing those reasons will help in understanding their meanings.
It is the mission of Osada-ryu to transmit the "inner" meanings of the Japanese ties so our perspicacious students can enjoy their rope sessions beyond the mere application of knots.
Feel encouraged to join the regular Osada-ryu and Yukimura-ryu online workshops and join the discussions there.

Should geographical circumstance or astrological misalignment conspire against physically attending lectures at the Osada-ryu HQ in Tokyo or any of the certified Osada-ryu dojo around the world you are always welcome to book private online tuition here: [email protected]

Teppo Suspension (鉄砲吊り)

 
Reverse Choker / 逆首風


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Buffalo Wings / 鉄砲


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Kamakiri / 蟷螂


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$50/month

Fourth Kyu B

Teppo Suspension (Teppozuri, 鉄砲吊り), Buffalo Wings, Reverse Choker, Praying Mantis

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