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japanese square lashing- I did a random version of this last year for creating trellises.  Glad to have the specifics.  Thanks Boy Scouts!

japanese square lashing- I did a random version of this last year for creating trellises. Glad to have the specifics. Thanks Boy Scouts!

Remind you of Princess Mononoke? ... Kodama by Gimpbeast  A kodama (木魂?) is a spirit from Japanese folklore, which is believed to live in certain trees (similar to the Dryad of Greek myth). Cutting down a tree which houses a kodama is thought to bring misfortune, and such trees are often marked with shimenawa rope.

Remind you of Princess Mononoke? ... Kodama by Gimpbeast A kodama (木魂?) is a spirit from Japanese folklore, which is believed to live in certain trees (similar to the Dryad of Greek myth). Cutting down a tree which houses a kodama is thought to bring misfortune, and such trees are often marked with shimenawa rope.

love stylenoir:  THE JAPANESE ROPE BONDAGE INSPIRED HEELS of Aoi Kotsuhiroi! See the PICS HERE!!! http://www.stylenoir.co.uk/blog/index.php/...

love stylenoir: THE JAPANESE ROPE BONDAGE INSPIRED HEELS of Aoi Kotsuhiroi! See the PICS HERE!!! http://www.stylenoir.co.uk/blog/index.php/...

"Shimekazari"  in Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan.    Many Japanese decorate the entrances of their homes with Shimekazari during the New Year’s season to ward off evil spirits. They are made of Shimenawa, sacred Shinto rope of rice straw, used to indicate the sacred areas where gods descend.

"Shimekazari" in Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan. Many Japanese decorate the entrances of their homes with Shimekazari during the New Year’s season to ward off evil spirits. They are made of Shimenawa, sacred Shinto rope of rice straw, used to indicate the sacred areas where gods descend.

Le Chrysanthème : Fleur d'Or et roi de l'automne                                                                                                                                                     Plus

Le Chrysanthème : Fleur d'Or et roi de l'automne

Inspired by Shibari, the traditional Japanese art of rope bondage, our Diamond Yuki Ring is an exquisite double knot of 18k gold and brilliant-cut white diamonds pavé set half-way around the band.

Inspired by Shibari, the traditional Japanese art of rope bondage, our Diamond Yuki Ring is an exquisite double knot of 18k gold and brilliant-cut white diamonds pavé set half-way around the band.

In #Japanese #folklore the Kodama are spirits that inhabit and represent trees. They aren’t believed to dwell in every tree, but rather occupy specific and significant trees. Cutting down a tree that houses a Kodama is thought to bring ill fortune, and in Japan any such trees are often marked with a special rope. Japanese folklore takes influence from both Shinto and Buddhist beliefs, so it is difficult to pinpoint exactly where and how these spirits originated.

In #Japanese #folklore the Kodama are spirits that inhabit and represent trees. They aren’t believed to dwell in every tree, but rather occupy specific and significant trees. Cutting down a tree that houses a Kodama is thought to bring ill fortune, and in Japan any such trees are often marked with a special rope. Japanese folklore takes influence from both Shinto and Buddhist beliefs, so it is difficult to pinpoint exactly where and how these spirits originated.

Omamori (御守) Tassel Knot -- How to Tie a Japanese Omamori (御守) Tassel Knot --by-- TIAT TyingItAllTogether

Omamori (御守) Tassel Knot -- How to Tie a Japanese Omamori (御守) Tassel Knot --by-- TIAT TyingItAllTogether

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