Meetings with Remarkable Men: Arisue Go

A Trip to Japan – Meetings with Remarkable Men
Arisue Go by Master “K”

If Akira Naka [is] best known for his fine video work (particularly the “Rope Joy” series) then the equally well known bakushi Arisue Go might justly be called the literary rope master for his excellent series of “how to tie” books, his other writings and photographic works and his participation in several of the more recent film versions of Dan Oniroku’s famous … Read the full article on

All of the article in the series, Meetings With Remarkable Men, can be found on
Copies of The Beauty of Kinbaku (Or everything you always wanted to know about Japanese erotic bondage when you suddenly realized that you didn’t speak Japanese) can be found on

Articles may not be reproduced by any means without the express written consent of the author or the publisher, King Cat Ink.

No Comments

Post A Comment