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Welcome to Nawapedia!

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Nawapedia is an online encyclopedia of Japanese bondage and related kinky activities.

Nawapedia aims to bring information about Japanese SM to a wider audience. Much of this information, because of the language barrier, has heretofore been inaccessible to the majority of non-Japanese interested in the subject.

Nawa means rope in Japanese and Nawapedia will be focusing primarily on Japanese rope artists (kinbakushi), writers, photographers, performers, etc.

At this time, we are primarily concentrating on getting the material in Japanese on SMpedia translated into English for Nawapedia. If, however, you are interested in contributing new articles, we are open to this. The subject, of course, should be related to Japanese SM and the writing must follow the Nawapedia format. Entries must be written from an objective point of view, citing sources whenever applicable. Entries containing self-promotion are subject to editing or deletion.








(Nawapedia's logo and the picture at the left use the art work of Toshiyuki Suma.)


Wanted!

  • We are always grateful for the help of volunteer translators on SMpedia.

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Announcements

  • 2020 (August 11): Site update.
  • 2016 (Jul 18):MediaWiki was upgraded.
  • 2013 (Dec 23):MediaWiki was upgraded.
  • 2013 (Jan 14):MediaWiki was upgraded.
  • 2012 (Oct 28):MediaWiki was upgraded.
  • 2011 (July 2):MediaWiki was upgraded.
  • 2011 (March 5):Due to an increase in spam (fake accounts), we are requiring new users to contact the Administrator before creating an account. Existing users will still be able to edit entries. Thanks for your understanding.
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  • 2010 (November 13): New Main Page was launched.
  • 2009 (November 22): Nawapedia was founded.

Selected pages(→Newpages

  • Seiu Ito was the pioneer of Japanese SM.
  • Toshiyuki Suma played an important role in the formation of post-war SM culture as a painter/illustrator, rope artist, writer and editor.
  • Takashi Tsujimura established modern Kinbaku art in Kitan Club.
  • Chimuo Nureki has the longest and most varied history of any kinbakushi in Japan.
  • Eikichi Osada has established the style of SM show in Japan.
  • Denki Akechi has explored new era of Kinbaku art.
  • Oniroku Dan is the one of the most influential SM writers in Japan.

Link

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