Kokigami - The Art of Japanese Penis Theater.  

KC_JJ 55M
5219 posts
3/11/2006 12:16 pm

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Kokigami - The Art of Japanese Penis Theater.

Kokigami is the Japanese art and discipline of dressing up the penis as a character which is then cast into a short erotic story or dramatic play. It could even be called "penis puppetry". This colorfully costumed phallic performance is usually acted out as a precursor to lovemaking and oftentimes also includes the participation of the plays audience.

It's historic beginnings were in the 8th century Japanese aristocracy in which it was initially referred to as 'Tsutsumi' which translates literally in english to the word 'packaging'. In it's early form it was simply the practice of carefully wrapping a mans genitals in colored silk cloth and then presenting this to the woman as a precious gift to unwrap.

In it's modern form the costuming now used for it is a variation or extension of the more well known folded paper designs of Origami.

The top image shown is a book on the subject and there are some super tiny kokigami costume designs can sort of be seen on it. One of which is a firetruck. tillerbabetillerbabe came to mind when I first saw that one. And below the book is a kokigami costume that appears to be one of those weird mutant looking goldfish.

Most costumes that I've seen have been various animals but I somehow liked that idea of a firetruck and I still wonder what the stories acted out with that one might be.

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After looking at it in small scale form I now see that what I first thought was a mutant goldfish is actually a bat. The kind that fly around catching insects at night , not the type you use in baseball or in bludgeoning.

I should have known since the bat is such a universal erotic symbol


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sassybelle21 33F  
13313 posts
3/11/2006 1:15 pm

Uh I'm speechless. Japanese God weird shit going on. Sigh. Now I need to start dressing my German dude's cock up like Paris is dressing her pets


KC_JJ 55M

3/11/2006 2:34 pm

Hey sassy,

When I first heard of this I thought it might just be some new trend but when I looked into it a little further I discovered that it's a centuries old tradition.

And does this phrase mean anything?....

Bijik kelentit mak kau busuk

Did you ever see these?

Foreign Cuss Word of the Day
Foreign Cuss Word of the Day 02

I may do another one soon and might need to consult you on "what's happnin' now" with hip and cool cuss words and phrases currently in use on today's streets of Malaysia.

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craptoast 40M

3/11/2006 4:50 pm

I predict a whole slew of new dressed up profile pics. Joy.


mysteriesofme 45F

3/11/2006 8:27 pm

what kind of insects, butterflies?


MISS_KINK 39F

3/12/2006 6:11 am

KC,
Thank you for brightening our minds with ART and culture. To learn about different rituals and cultures is so interesting. To give one self sexually is a beautiful gift, The japanese culture is so awesome for being in tune in so many ways. Our Culture in America seems to still be a little uptight about our sexuality.
P.S.
KC, do you have a book collection? I am sure you do.
I just got a new BOOK yesterday, it was a gift.
I am so thrilled and look forward to playing with it this morning, it was late last night when I received it. It is one of Dave Lachappelle's photography books. I love photography books and have a few. One of my favorites is the GREAT Helmut Newton, I still can not mentally recover from his premature death in the driveway of the Chateau Marmont.
A now somber KINK


KC_JJ 55M

3/12/2006 6:13 am

craptoast wrote...

I predict a whole slew of new dressed up profile pics.

Well I see so many complaints from women about the ubiquitous "cock shots" that maybe if more men would take an approach like this the ladies might take a better liking to them.

Any of you women care to comment of this angle of it?

At least if a few guys would start doing this now they might stand out from the crowd or something.

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KC_JJ 55M

3/12/2006 6:16 am

Hi baby grace,

I think I saw a cockroach, tick and a chigger. I'm sure there are more than that though. I hear that maggots are a popular costume as well.

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rm_FreeLove999 47F
16127 posts
3/12/2006 11:39 am

LOL! i think i would have at least 15 minutes of uncontrollable giggles to see that! ... but giggling usually leads onto other things...




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KC_JJ 55M

3/12/2006 12:41 pm

Hi Miss Kinque,

Yes, I have way too many books. Lots of them "image" type books on art, artists and of course everything in the universe having to do with sex and naked women. How could I not?

And yes I have one of the Photography of Helmut Newton. My all time favorite image of his is called "Les nus et les vétus" and is two pictures of four models that he did for Vogue in 1981. In one of the pictures they are fully clothed and in the other they are all in the exact same stances (as if they are walking) only they are fully nude. There is an absolutely surreal quality to it that I simply cannot get enough of. I'll send you a copy of it along with some of my own twisted variations on it.

On Helmut you also wrote...

I still can not mentally recover from his premature death in the driveway of the Chateau Marmont.

I just Googled for and then read a write up his death as this was news to me. I did not realize that Helmut had been such close friends with Salvador Dali. Those guys were tight. And his death occured on the exact date of Salvador Dali's death too only 15 years later. This article showed Helmut Newton sitting in front of a giant print of the exact photo that I mention above. Maybe it was his favorite as well my own.

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KC_JJ 55M

3/12/2006 12:47 pm

Hey Freelove!

Have you ever laughed that much at some guy down there who was not wearing a little costume for his ding dong?

From your recent listing of your a_FF "trophies" it's sounded like some of them may have had what it took to get those sorts of laughs. Like the guy from Kenya for example?

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sassybelle21 33F  
13313 posts
3/12/2006 3:41 pm

    Quoting KC_JJ:
    Hey sassy,

    When I first heard of this I thought it might just be some new trend but when I looked into it a little further I discovered that it's a centuries old tradition.

    And does this phrase mean anything?....

    Bijik kelentit mak kau busuk

    Did you ever see these?

    Foreign Cuss Word of the Day
    Foreign Cuss Word of the Day 02

    I may do another one soon and might need to consult you on "what's happnin' now" with hip and cool cuss words and phrases currently in use on today's streets of Malaysia.
Yes that phrase means something and very rude too. As much as I curse in English, I don't think I'll be teaching you any Malay curse words or phrases. That's just so wrong on all levels


KC_JJ 55M

3/12/2006 4:08 pm

wow sassy,

It must really be some humdinger of a cuss phrase for you to feel that way about it. It's funny how unless you have some real experience with a certain culture you have no way other than through someone else who's closely connected to that culture to know what the true level of offensiveness of something like this really is.

Those words are completely meaningless to me but I do realize they definitely symbolize something to people where you come from. From your response it does not sound like a very wise thing to say for almost any occasion.

And thanks for your feedback on this. I would now guess that you'd get into more trouble saying that phrase in Malaysia than you could by freely chewing gum in Singapore.

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timberwolf6972 45M

3/12/2006 5:25 pm

I have never even heard of that type of thing. You learn something new everyday!


jadedbabe78 107F

3/12/2006 11:15 pm

Learn something new everyday....

~Jadey


mysteriesofme 45F

3/13/2006 7:01 am

eeeeewww.. maggots.. I'm leaving, POUT

That tongue was a offer, to YOU.. by the way.. not to the maggots..

ewww.. door slams


tillerbabe 57F

3/13/2006 10:21 am

I'm scared...


rm_SusieQ27 47F
2093 posts
3/14/2006 2:14 am

AA..whatever next ?

Luv n stuff {=} Susie {=}


Transblucency 45M

3/15/2006 1:47 pm

There is much to admire about the Japanese culture. Possibly not this, though, although i'm glad someone is doing it.


KC_JJ 55M

3/24/2006 6:42 am

One thing I've noticed about the Nipponese Nation is that as a culture they seem hugely entertained by things involving public humiliation. This reflected in many of their TV game shows and of course that is the real intent that lies behind Karaoke. From what I hear the worse you are at singing the bigger of a hit you'll be at the Karaoke bars there.

If you are someone who's out to prove just how much stamina you've got at making an utter fool of yourself for the benefit of public entertainment Japan is definitely the #1 location to be.


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