Hojojitsu

Definition - What does Hojojitsu mean?

Hojojitsu refers to an ancient Japanese martial art that is said to be the origin of shibari, the Japanese art of rope tying. Hojojitsu is part of a bigger curriculum of martial arts, bugei, or advanced jujitsu. It is taught within bugei; and includes the many techniques and materials used to restrain a person through rope tying.

Kinkly explains Hojojitsu

With hojojitsu as shibari's origin, it is clear that rope tying requires training and skill. It is a form of martial arts. It is designed to inflict harm and should be approached carefully. Any mistake can cause discomfort, at the very least. Worse case, incorrect rope typing can result in damaged nerve and muscular systems.

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