Onawa Asobi Europe wishes all the best to Ero-Ouji, who is unable to join us due to health issues. We dedicate this weekend to his full recovery.
As the owner of bar Ubu Yoi-san helps to provide a platform for rope lovers of all levels and nationalities. Oonawa Asobi and Onna Matsuri are two events she annually organizes in Tokyo.
BeShibari is all about creative rigging and being in the moment. He likes to improvise and stretch the physical and emotional limits of the ukete to create interesting shapes and a genuine shibari experience!
Together with Shibarista Jess he founded Shibari Lounge in Antwerp, where they welcome Shibari fans of all styles and walks of life.
I spent a number of years in Tokyo, where I am a licensed instructor for the Yukimura Haruki Ryuu of shibari under the name Haru Kakeru. I have also spent several years studying Kinbaku with Osada Steve and Nawashi Kanna.
This being said, there is often a single tail in the bottom part of my bag...a legacy of an originally European sm education...
She finds a personal fulfillment there.
It is by appreciating the subtlety of the strings so aerial and the caresses of the whip, that she sometimes slides towards a "subspace".
The sensations mix and multiply, increased emotions, making the moment honorable, unique and unforgettable...》
Rouse Renoir and GlüWür became close friends over the past two years, while working on many projects together.
Marlene Chapel, 27, has been ukete for MaestroBD for 3 years now. Her way of loving the ropes is between shyness and shame. Important to her is to feel the ropes following her sensation and mood.
Asimira fell in love with rope bondage the day she met Dolph. Watching him tie on stage was what triggered her to dive headfirst into the rope scene and develop a deep fascination for every aspect of rope.
WisDomme loves all the aspects of rope, but mostly its restriction, the connections that arise, the visuals, and creativity. She also loves the challenge of how to work with different body types, finding new ways of creating shapes and movements, but also feelings and reactions.
Her goal is to show that Shibari is for everyone and to help in creating a comfortable and safe environment for all those who want to explore it.