Kitan Club, sample photos from 1953 and 1954

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Kitan Club, sample photos from 1953 and 1954

From time to time, I post small selections of images from my collection of the magazine Kitan Club. This time four issues from 1953 and 1954.

From the issue 7 (1953), I have included some images using gags, mentioned in the Rope Bottom Roundtable here: https://kinbakubooks.wordpress.com/2015/04/06/kawabata-tanako-rope-bottom-roundtable-talk-from-kitan-club-1953/

From the issue 5 (1954), I included some very inspirational illustrations of hair-ties, and a few early examples of the ”reverse prayer”-form.

From the issue 7 (1954), you get a full tutorial of an adapted hojojutsu-pattern, and some femdom.

From the issue 4 (possibly 1954 as well, unclear), more of a mix: a ”litigation photo album also using scarfs, an attack with a log (!) in an outdoor scene, male bondage, and a (suspension?) scene using stairs…

Ozuma, Maeda Juan, and Muku Youji: 悦虐肌秘画三人集 艶女

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Three illustrators: Ozuma, Maeda Juan, and Muku Youji: 悦虐肌秘画三人集 艶女

This rare deluxe volume comes in a sturdy carton slipcase. Large format, glossy paper, mostly colour. Works by the three artists Ozuma, Maeda Juan, and Muku Youji, with some introductory comments.

Publisher: 企画・編集 / 魁歓社

愛奴恋写館 (1986)

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愛奴恋写館 (Aiyakko rensha-kan), Vol. 17 (1986)

Kinbaku magazine, featuring photos by Sugiura Norio.

I originally choose some of the images here, as they seem to show a very early example of the famous ”Mount Fuji”-pattern (albeit combined with an other pattern).

I discussed this possibility with Nuit de Tokyo, who rightly pointed out that the ”third” rope in the images ”is essentially a rope going around the body on the left and anchored ’haphazardly’ on the right, so it is essentially decorative in nature (while the Akechi version is deeply functional).”

Judging from the time (1986), some details in the rest of the ties, and from the context (Sugiura being the photographer), Nuit de Tokyo writes that ”Nureki Chimuo is the most probable bakushi (…) but it could be a number of other people influenced by Nureki, including Masato Marai.”

I have also included some images from the issue that puts a table to some creative uses.

See an earlier post here: https://kinbakubooks.wordpress.com/2014/07/04/愛奴恋写館-vol-6-1997/

Photo: Sugiura Norio

Publisher: Sanwa

From the Osada Steve donation.

悦虐写真館 (1990 and 1992)

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悦虐写真館

Two special issues of SM秘小説 (SM secret novel), called 悦虐写真館 (Etsu gyaku shashin-kan), from 1990 (vol 10) and 1992 (vol 17), both featuring photos by Sugiura Norio. The issue from 1990 also has illustrations among others by Muku Youji and Maeda Juan.

Very probable that Nureki has done at least some of the rope-work.

Publisher: Sanwa

From the Osada Steve donation.

Osada Eikichi in ”The Garden of Kinbaku” (1980)

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Osada Eikichi : 緊縛の園 (Kinbaku No En, ”The Garden of Kinbaku”) (1980)

This special issue of SMファンタジア(SM Fantasia) from december 1980, is called 緊縛の園, the ”Garden of Kinbaku”

Judging from a glimpse of the bakushi in a few of the images, at least one of the sections features the rope-work of Osada Eikichi. All the images in this blog-post are from that section.

From the Osada Steve donation.

Osada Eikichi in SM Mania (1996)

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Osada Eikichi in SMマニア

SMマニア (SM Mania) was a Pocket-sized magazine, containing mainly text and adds, but also some illustration and kinbaku-photos.

This issue (no 10 1996) contains some some smaller images with rope by Akechi Denki, and a glossy section with rope by Yukimura Haruki. For the blog, however, I have chosen images from a longer section with rope by Osada Eikichi.

From the Osada Steve donation.