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Takashi Tsujimura

Alias: 辻村隆  辻村隆, Kanrou Shindo, Takehiko Midori
Kinbakushi and Writer

It would not be an exaggeration to say that Takashi Tsujimura established modern Kinbaku Art. Introduced to Kitan Club ealier than Toshiyuki Suma, he had contributed historical stories during Kitan Club's pulp magazine period under the names Kanrou Shindo and Takehiko Midori.

 

Biography

Revision as of 23:05, 26 May 2011

Tsujimura (辻村) family name, Takashi (隆) first name, (1921-1987)

Activities

Kinbakushi and Writer. It would not be an exaggeration to say that Takashi Tsujimura established modern Kinbaku Art. He was active as a kinbakushi for virtually the whole run of Kitan Club magazine. Encountering Kitan Club before Toshiyuki Suma, he contributed historical stories during its pulp magazine period under the names Kanrou Shindo and Takehiko Midori. From around the summer of 1951, he became involved with other gravure magazines, and in 1952, he was tying early Kitan Club models Ikuko Tachibana and Tanako Kawabata. Two years later he became the central kinbakushi for Kitan Club when Toshiyuki Suma left in 1953. For early bondage, he examined classical bondage methods like hojojutsu, etc., but gradually he specialized in SM play and evolved these methods into modern bondage. He serialized "Bondage Models Revealed" In 1955 and "Camera Hunt" from the end of 1964, earning the support of many readers and establishing the style of "SM kinbaku as a practice."

Alternate Name(s)

辻村隆(Japanese), Kanrou Shindo, Takehiko Midori.

Biography

1921 (October): Takashi Tsujimura was born in Sakai.

1920s: Tsujimura remembers that as a 3rd or 4th grade elementary school student, he felt a strangely pleasant feeling being tied to a tree during a game of "cops and robbers"[1].

c.1937: The night before leaving for Manchuria, Tsujimura had his first bondage experience by tying his current lover (and future wife)[1].

1948: Tsujimura became acquainted with Kitan Club magazine when he began working in a hardware store after his discharge from the military. He adopted the name Kanrou Shindo for his submitted works.

1951: Tsujimura joined Kitan Club around this time. He began to write under the name Takashi Tsujimura by the January 1951 issue.

1951: In July, Tsujimura did the photography for nude photos. These were published in the January 1952 issue of Kitan Club[2].

1952: Tsujimura tied Ikuko Tachibana experimentally[2] that summer. After that he tied Tanako Kawabata for real[note 1].

1953: Tsujimura led "The Readers Roundtable on the Impulse Psychology Related to Mixed Pleasures Accompanying Torment" which appeared on p100 of the January Issue of Kitan Club.

1953: Credited for rope composition in the April and May issues of Kitan Club, with photography by Tetsuzo Tsukamoto.

1956: Tsujimura serialized "Conversational Waste Basket" from the April 1956 to January 1960 issues of Kitan Club.

1958: Tsujimura met Shigeru Kayama[3].

1964: "Salon Garakuki" appeared in Kitan Club beginning in May 1964 and lasting until the 105th episode in March 1973[note 2].

1964: "Camera Hunt" began its serialization in the November issue of Kitan Club." It lasted until March 1973.

1964: Tsujimura was responsible for the text of "'Relating Our Own Personal Experiences Completely Recorded in 'Kitan's Tales of Thirty Nine Nights' - A Round Table Discussion" which appeared on page 170 of the December issue of Kitan Club. Tsujimura, Tetsuzo Tsukamoto, Takashi Shima, Minoru Yoshida, and six fan readers attended the session in August.

1965: Tsujimura fell ill with diabetes[4] in May and took time off to recuperate until August.

1968: Tsujimura was the bondage consultant for Teruo Ishii's "History of Tokugawa Female Punishment" (Toei). The circumstances[5] are well-known. Oniroku Dan introduced[6] Tsujimura to Kanji Amao.

1968 (Sep 24): Appeared on 11PM[note 3][7] to promote "The History of Tokugawa Female Punishment" opening on the 28th.

1969: Tsujimura advised the bondage for Teruo Ishii's "Pictures From Tales of Cruel Abnormal Abuse of Genroku Era Women" (Toei), where he himself appeared in the role of a woodcutter. He also continued to advise the bondage for Ishii's "Tokugawa Tattoo Master - Torment Hell."

1969 (October 28): Tsujimura appeared on 11PM's "Surprising the Marquis De Sade" with Rose Akiyama and Kazuhiko Fukuda[8].

1970 (October): Provided guidance for the bondage scene in Masahiro Shinoda's "Silence"[note 4].

1971 (March): SM Camera Hunt visited Taiwan[note 5].

1971: Tsujimura was interviewed by Youzou Tanaka for "Sankei Weekly."[note 6]

1971 (October): Appeared in Director Sadao Nakashima's "The World of Sexual Perversion" (Toei)[note 7]. He acted as a government official in director Noribumi Suzuki's "Onsen Mimizu Geisha."

1972 (August): Tsujimura began publishing the serial story "Enmachou" with the first issue of Oniroku Dan's SM King magazine.

1973 (March): "SM Camera Hunt" and "Salon Garakuki" ended[note 8].

1973: The feature article "Nawashi Takashi Tsujimura" appeared in the July special issue of SM King.

1974: The "Enmachou" series came to an end in the May issue of SM King.

1974 (April): He reports in "Junk Memo" printed on p.236 of the August issue of Kitan Club that he went on a trip to Izu with Mr. Mita and Mr. K of Tokyo, and that he patched things up with Mr. Mita after an uncomfortable one or two year separation[note 9].

References

  1. 1.01.1 Shimokawa, Koushi. "Eros of the Unforgiven: Tsujimura Takashi Reaches for the Limits." Sankei Weekly April 15, 1976: 159-161. Print.
  2. 2.02.1 Tsujimura, Takashi. "The Masochism of Female Models." Kitan Club Oct. 1954: 274. Print.
  3. ↑ From "Shigeru Kayama's World" (Site has since gone inactive). Web.
  4. ↑ Tsujimura, Takashi. "Salon Garakuki." Kitan Club May 1965: 14. Print.
  5. ↑ Tsujimura, Takashi. "Tying the Stars of 'History of Tokugawa Female Punishment'". Kitan Club, Nov. 1968, and "The Set Diary of 'History of Tokugawa Female Punishment'". Kitan Club Nov. 1968, and "S&M Camera Hunt's (Private) Accounts of "History of Tokugawa Female Punishment". Kitan Club Dec. 1968: 194-217. Print.
  6. ↑ Dan, Oniroku. The Snake Road - The Autobiography of Oniroku Dan. Gentosha Inc. 1997. Print.
  7. ↑ Tsujimura, Takashi. "Camera Hunt Memoirs." Kitan Club Dec. 1970 Special Issue: 25-56. Print.
  8. ↑ "Salon Garakuki." Kitan Club Jan. 1970. Print

Notes

  1. ↑ He admitted in an interview with Shukan Weekly that before meeting Kawabata, he enjoyed tying his wife occasionally.
  2. ↑ Tsujimura had written its predecessor, "Conversational Waste Basket," intermittently since January 1956.
  3. ↑ Osaka's 11PM was hosted by Giichi Fujimoto.
  4. ↑ According to Takashi Tsujimura's January 1971 Kitan Club issue of "Salon Garakuki" (p237), he "received a phone call from Daiei Film Studio," "who wanted him to become an advisor for 'Silence'." "He was introduced to the director, Shinoda," and "he demonstrated for the actors playing constables" "how a constable would capture an early Christian with hayanawa." And in the February issue of "Salon Garakuki" (p234), Tsujimura writes, "production halted due to lack of funding" and "he eventually lost the opportunity to work with actor Shima Iwashita and his people."
  5. ↑ According to page 154 of the June issue of Kitan Club, this was with a friend, Mr. Doctor.
  6. ↑ According to the May 1971 issue of Kitan Club (p235), he was introduced to Tanaka by Oniroku Dan. It appeared in one of the "Superhuman Series" articles in Sankei Weekly.
  7. ↑ His thoughts on going to the theater were published in the January 1972 issue of Kitan Club (p148) and described in the conversation between Tsujimura and Oniroku Dan.
  8. ↑ "Because of diabetes, an increase in cholesterol and high monthly blood sugar levels over several years, it became quite a burden."
  9. ↑ Tsujimura writes, "Now M, who I had broken with, thoughtlessly lent out and exchanged SM photo negatives. They were passed around, published in foreign magazines and in C magazine [...] Naturally even Mr. Mita had somewhat doubted my good judgement."

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