Miumi-U Teaches Japanese Shibari (Paperback)

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This book shows you HOW TO DO Japanese Rope Bondage.
Rope bondage has been practiced in Japan since ancient times times and is becoming more popular in the rest of the world. This book sets out to show how you can tie your partner in the way it is taught by a Japanese mistress, Miumi-U.
The book starts with the basic ties and goes on to use them in more sophisticated play sessions. Miumi-U prepared these
lessons with Kao, her bondage partner, who has performed with her many times in Tokyo Shibari clubs.
You will learn to:
- Make single and double column ties
- Make quick release versions
- Tie a chest harness, with and without crossovers
- Tie legs in different ways
- Dress your model in a Japanese crotch cloth
-  Combine the various ties
-  Play with your model
-  Suspend your model and play with hot wax.


Product Details
ISBN: 9780957627512
ISBN-10: 0957627513
Publisher: Kahboom
Publication Date: June 30th, 2016
Pages: 120
Language: English

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