We have a new improved Asanawa on offer for 2015!
Our newly revised Asanawa range still consists of 100% pure jute rope, we’ve just adopted an type of construction that matches the style of rope being used in Japan by using a single strand and slightly thinner yarn. To the best of our knowledge this asanawa still offers a higher thread count than any other jute ropes being offered by alternative suppliers.
Natural jute rope gives the bottom an unmistakable experience through both smell and texture and is great for riggers looking to take their shibari and kinbaku to the next level. This rope is beautiful to look at and whilst it is sold unconditioned, the exacting standards of it’s manufacture mean that you do not have to condition the rope if you do not wish to. We personally recommend a light oil or wax treatment to keep your kit in good condition, but you can start tying immediately.
Constructed in the traditional 3 plait twist, this jute rope is an ideal choice for all three bondage disciplines, whether you identify with hojojutsu, kinbaku or shibari, you will not be disappointed.
If you are an advanced rigger looking for the best rope on the market, it is very difficult to go past the asanawa range. And now, with this new construction we’ve increased the durability of our asanawa so that it will also shed less and last longer.
Warning: most natural fibre ropes are not rated against loading strength and we always advise against making any assumptions about the breaking point of natural fibre ropes. You should always avoid putting anyone at risk and regularly check your ropes for wear.
- Jute Vs Hemp Rope Review by Danskie
- Oh, wow. Such gorgeous rope! I've been lusting after hemp rope for a long time now. But this jute is an amazing quality as well, i think it may now be my fav. (Posted on 8/19/12)
- True Japanese Rope Review by Michele
Whilst this may not have been made in Japan, it is the cloest match I've found anywhere outside of Japan. This rope is beautifully made. The lay of the twists make all the diffference. Such a tiny thing, but it really does reflect the rope available in Japan.
Michele (Posted on 12/18/11)
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