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- 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.