Kei Shimoto: Action Book No. 2 (1981)

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This small book I found quite entertaining. It was published in a series of ”action books” in 1981. The author goes out to visit a number of SM-related clubs and events. Each of the different venues and organizers gets a few pages of description, the address and phone number is given – and lots photos (some featuring the author himself involved in SM play).

Represented are for example the GSG Project, SAMM, RA-project etc – in other words groups and sites for an underground SM culture with a keen interest in ”performance” and aspects of an avantgarde aesthetics during the early 1980s. As is made clear for example in this interview, it is also a context from which which Akechi Denki emerges as a performer.

Lots of names could be mentioned, but here let me point to the following three, all involved with GSG Planning: Sakurada Denjiro, Shuji Onizawa and Osada Eikichi.

In an interview with Ugo of SMpedia in 2014 (whom I understand has done a lot of reasearch on this), Denjiro Sakurada said that Akechi Denki’s name took [伝], the first part of the name ”Denki” [伝鬼] from Denjiro [伝次郎] and the second part [鬼] from Onizawa Shuji [鬼沢修二]. Osada Eikichi is a central figure on the performance-scene in these years, as can be seen on some of the photos in this publication (see the last series of five pictures in black and white below).

I like to think it offers a kind of snapshot of a period in time, with a distinct flavour.

Title: 体験SM術 一歩踏み込めば倒錯の世界!! マンションSMのすべて

Author:  島本慶

Publisher: 白夜書房 (1981)

Series: アクション・ブックステクニックシリーズNo.2

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Read more on SMpedia:

Akechi Denki: http://smpedia.com/index.php?title=明智伝鬼

GSG Planning: http://smpedia.com/index.php?title=GSG企画

SAMM: http://smpedia.com/index.php?title=SAMM

OSADA EIKICHI and SAMM: http://smpedia.com/index.php?title=花真衣とSAMMと長田英吉

(and, of course, much much more on the same website)

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Minomura Kou: Poems in SM Kitan (1979 and 1980)

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SM Kitan was an SM magazine published 1975–1980, with lots of high-quality materials. We will be returning to it here on the blog.

In this post, I want to share some poetic texts written by Minomura Kou, accompanied by an illustration (also by Minomura). This was a recurring feature in the magazine. The material I have chosen is from SM Kitan issues #9, #10, #12 (1979), and #1 (1980).

The translations are done by rish. THANK YOU again!

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Hey, one more time 
Terribly sweaty all over the body
Sticky and slimy wet
Never experienced such cruel things
Being pinched and hit…
Being tickled and hurt…
You played around with me mercilessly
You were great tonight
Manly and violent…
Ah, that’s why I was on fire
It was good, it made me go crazy
Hey, mess me up like that one more time

 

 

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Rope-love blues

Ah, the rope… the friction…

If I move my hips even a little

It presses hard on my embarrassing spot

It’s painful…

It’s very tight

”Getting wet, right?”

Please don’t say such embarrassing things

You know I’m very sensitive

You are mean, such a cruel person

Please remove the rope already

No, I want you

Please torment me more with your body!

 

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Sweet cry
Hey, forgive me… Be patient with me…
The arms hurts… and it stops the blood
The tips of the fingers are getting cold
Tops of the boobs too
You treated me so violently
I am throbbing, aching
Hey, it’s enough now, right
It’s hard… and painful…
No, it’s not that I dislike it
It’s not that I dislike it but now, now…
Hold me
Hey, please hold me…

 

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The cry frowned upon
Ah, don’t look
Don’t look at me so much
You do know that I’m shy
You are mean, looking at me from behind
The touch of your breath tickles me
Oh, don’t touch
No, no, no…
I’m too loud, you say, but it’s impossible not to
Because you are too good
Yes, there, harder
Ah, you may, you may look

 

– Translations by rish, commissioned and edited by Bergborg / KinbakuBooks

 

Yukimura Haruki: Scent of Immorality (1985)

The text and photos below are taken from a magazine called ”Monthly Knockup”, published in Osaka. It contains mainly advertisments for sexual services (with phone-numbers and prices). From 1985, it is the earliest publication I have found featuring material using the name of Yukimura Haruki (雪村春樹).

Thank you inid for your work with the translation!

For some previous posts about Yukimura here on the blog, see: https://kinbakubooks.wordpress.com/category/yukimura-haruki/

 

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Scent of Immorality – The Story of a Woman

by Yukimura Haruki (Text and Photo)

From the magazine 月刊ノックアップ  [”Monthly KNOCKUP”]

Issue 3, 1985

”The Art of SM Hunting” Serial Story, No. 6

Last spring, I met a woman for taking pictures. Because I got introduced to her through an acquaintance, I hadn’t yet heard any details of her background. Judging by her looks, she was just an ordinary girl, approximately 20 years old – generally she gave an impression that she had nothing to do with SM. First, I got her naked and peered through the lens of my camera. I guessed that she hadn’t had much experience with men, as the shape of her body seemed like it had hardly yet reached full maturity. Why did such a girl have an interest in SM?

Since I had agreed not to question her about private matters, I tried to keep the conversation harmless.

“You look young, since when have you been interested in SM?”

“I guess I was on the third grade of middle school [i.e. 14–15 years old] when I first heard about SM. A boy in my class showed me a magazine.”

“So, you’ve been interested ever since?”

“Not really. Umm, it was more like I thought about whether it would feel good doing those kinds of things.”

“Had you already had your first experiences?”

“Not at all. I was a late bloomer so I didn’t lose my virginity until after I had graduated high school.”

“And when did you first try SM-play?”

“I guess about a year ago. My boyfriend at the time was crazy about SM and said he would break up with me if I didn’t do it, so I kind of had to.”

“What type of play did you do?”

“He would tie me with ropes, shove adult toys in me… different kinds of things.”

“How did it make you feel?”

“At first I really hated it because it was only painful, but he really liked it and after doing it a few times I started getting it.”

“So, you prefer being the one getting tormented? I mean, are you a masochist?”

“Yes. I don’t really like torturing men. What a pity, ha ha.”

“Do you also get excited through regular sex?”

“Yes, I do. But right now, I only do SM.”

“Well, I’ll soon take some pictures, so let’s get ready. Today I‘ll do some simple bondage [karui shibari] with you.”

We talked in this manner and started taking pictures. As expected, when I tied her, she was somewhat startled and the air was charged with tension. Of course, you could think it was because she wasn’t with her usual partner, but with me, a stranger. But no, rather, it was the situation itself that had a sense of novelty, and that made her really ashamed. As she was showing signs of hesitation, I asked her to make a daring pose.

“Can you spread your ass a little bit more? Move your legs further apart.”

“I don’t like that! I can’t do it, it’s embarrassing.”

“You’re too aware of the camera. Maybe thinking of your boyfriend tormenting you could make it easier?”

“How should I do it?”

“Open your legs fully.”

I pulled the rope running through her crotch, letting it bite even deeper into her genitalia.

“Aa… aa… it hurts! Please be gentle.”

She wiggled her ass. It seemed that she was starting to get the feeling.

“Got it, OK! Now, should we try to change the pose?”

“Wha-what are you gonna do? Fa-fast…”

She was getting more and more excited and while still being a little overwhelmed by her demeanor, I finished the job.

This is something I often think about: It seems to me that women somehow have a stronger obsession to explore sexuality, compared to men. What do you readers think?

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Translation: inid

 

 

Shima Shikou in ”Specialist S&M”  (1982 and 1983)

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Shima Shikou in スペシャリーS&M,  No. 26 (1982) and No. 29 (1983)

Shima Shikou has been around for a long time on the Japanese S&M scene. I have posted earlier about an issue of Sun & Moon from 1977 that features an article signed Shima Shikou. I have now updated that post with some of the photos. Here is a link:

https://kinbakubooks.wordpress.com/2017/04/20/urado-hiroshi-sun-and-moon-no-5-1977/

In this post, I share some photos of a tutorial by Shima Shikou in the magazine Specialist S&M  (スペシャリーS&M ) from 1983. (There is a tutorial also in the issue from 1982, but I found this one the most interesting.)

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Nureki Chimuo: 36 ties in ”SM Select” (1988)

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Nureki Chimuo: Nureki Ryu Shibarikata: 36 tutorials (濡木流縛り方教室 36講座)

in ”SM Select” special issue, March 1988 (縄化粧 小説SMセレクト)

This special issue of SM Select, with its non-spectacular cover, has a spectacular content. More than 200 pages, with 36 Nureki ties, photographed and commented in text, step by step, sometimes in series with more than 20 images for one tie. The tutorials include some suspensions, some hasira-ties, and some using a thin thread.

In addition to the tutorials, which are in black and white (and quite small), there are also sections in full colour of beautiful rope-scenes with Nurekis work.

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Roppongi Kaoru: Strange Fruit (1983)

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Roppongi Kaoru: Strange Fruit (1983)

A long time ago already, I made a post about Roppongi Kaoru’s ”Strange Fruits” in the deleuxe edition – a beautiful book in every sense, included on Master K:s shortlist of ”The 10 Greatest Kinbaku Photography Books Ever Published”.

Recently, I got hold also of this ”edited” version, published one year later, in 1983. It is a slimmer volume, not as extravagant in its packaging, but still a very beautiful hardbound book in A4-format. I note also that this later version has the title ”Strange Fruit” without the surprising plural ”-s” that was on the 1982 edition. (”Strange Fruit” is of course the title of a song made famous by Billie Holiday – based on a poem by Lewis Allan from 1937, protesting against the lynching of African Americans.)

See my earlier posts about Roppongi Kaoru here: https://kinbakubooks.wordpress.com/category/roppongi-karou/

Rope: Roppongi Kaoru

Photo: Ishigaki Akira

ISBN: 4-88302-118-1

 

Kai-ichi Seda: ともこ 妖しさの彩り

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Kai-ichi Seda: ともこ 妖しさの彩り

Kai-ichi Seda, born 1933, was active under many pseudonyms (as was many other in SM-publishing of his generation), in this publication he is called ”Yasushi Arakawa”. You can read more about him here: http://www.nawapedia.com/index.php?title=Kai-ichi_Seda

Here, I will just mention that Kai-ichi Seda was working with the Kitan Club magazine in its last phase (1967–1975, as it was published by Akatsuki), and then went on to publish some other smaller magazines, including Sun & Moon where Roppongi Kaoru joined him for the first issues. It seems, Kai-ichi Seda made also several other collaborations with Roppongi Kaoru.

Publisher たざわ書房, 1982