get wrapped up in Japan's oldest menswear! Fundoshi (褌) is a simple length of fabric worn as a loincloth in Japan for over 1,200 years. 褌を締めてかかる
A nice way to start the day! Great photos! I'd love a magazine of nothing but men in fundoshi, okay, maybe a few out of them as well. :)
great photo, with the fundoshi just giving an exciting amount of detail. Handsome man. I know everyone is very coy about mixing nudity and fundoshi, but it would be great to see a series of totally naked guys, going through the process of tying the fundoshi. Maybe I should start, but can't boast such a good figure as in these photos.
Just do it! I for one would like to see what you describe.... Joe
ok, well I will try and do a series in close up stripping out of western clothes, naked, and then tying a fundoshi.....there will no doubt be priapism in evidence!
Hehe. Go for it. I often have a difficult time fitting into my fundoshi because the process just makes me hard. Sometimes I just have to do something about it before I can continue. Oh, the humanity! :)
Well, at least now I know it's not just me. I've only been wearing fundoshi for a couple of weeks, and have noticed the affect it has since the first time I worked one on. It makes for a very pleasurable start to the day, not to mention the good sensations it sends throughout. I'm working up enough motivation to get some black fabric and wear one under my flight suit at work. When I can find a friend with a camera to help me out, I'll take some pics for the site.
Today when I prepared for work I noted that the weather forecast predicted colder temperatures. Thus, I had to dig out the long johns. Having worn fundoshi constantly for the past week, my return to work and a flight suit now has me without the now familiar feeling of comfort and support I've become used to. Sitting here, in layers of clothing for warmth, without the twisted rope of fabric climbing from between my legs to the small of my back, along with the feeling of that small knot in my back, makes me feel oddly naked. At least under-dressed. I'm missing the way it moves against my body as I move, and the pleasant sensations it provides throughout the day. It makes me think of modern underwear ads that boast, "feels like nothing at all," and, "you won't know you're wearing them." I'm enjoying rather the opposite from a fundoshi, its gentle, pleasant reminders of the clothing choice that I share with countless men over twenty centuries.
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