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Happy Birthday: Kinbaku Today turns One

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With 45,000 users, viewing more then 200,000 pages, Kinbaku Today turns one year old this month.

I’d personally like to thank the many people who have taken the time to write articles, translate stories, interview people, give interviews, submit galleries, tutorials, and announcements, and share aspects of their personal journey about what makes kinbaku special to them.

Without all the contributors that have helped out and without the many readers and friends who have reblogged, facebooked, tweeted and retweeted and help people find their way here, there would be no Kinbaku Today.

To everyone who has been involved, you have my sincere thanks and gratitude.  For those who have enjoyed reading Kinbaku Today, I hope we continue to offer you high quality content, and for those who are just starting out or who are our readers-to-be, I hope your journey in rope provides as much joy for you as it has for me.

Zetsu, Editor and Founder

 

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Zetsu has been studying rope since 2008 and kinbaku photography since 2010. He is a member of Yukimura Haruki’s kinbaku school in Japan under the name Haru Yutaka. He has participated in workshops in Tokyo with Suguira Norio and has had his work exhibited in Tokyo at Gallery Shinjukuza, run by the legendary kinbaku photographer Kanno Kei. While in Japan, he has participated in several “satsueikai” photo shoots, photographing the rope work of Naka Akira and Yukimura Haruki. He is a member of The Monarchs in Los Angeles and runs the Los Angeles Rope Dojo, and sells kinbaku books and rope through his shop at Ai Nawa