Japanese: 濡木痴夢男雨

Born in Asakusa, Tokyo in 1930. Passed away Sep 9, 2013. He was 83.

Chimuo Nureki had perhaps the longest and most varied history of bakushi. His reputation as a rope artist and career stretching over five decades earned him a worldwide following. Prior to his death, he was called “The greatest living…kinbaku master”.[1] Throughout his career, Nureki has been a prolific writer and his work often appeared in iconic Japanese SM magazines such as Kitan Club and Uramado. He was closely associated with the founder of Uramado and kinbaku legend, Kou Minomura. Nureki was also one of the few contemporary bakushi to have had personal contact with Seiu Ito. His writings included magazine articles, books, television and movie scripts as well as scripts written for live pink theater performances. Nureki also appeared in numerous videos and was an early performer in videos produced by Art Video. He was one of the featured rope artists in the Hiroki Ryuichi documentary, Bakushi.

Keywords: Jukichi yume otoko, Nawashi, Kinbakushi

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