13 August 2012

Fundoshi Fever

Do you have it to?

If you can't make it through the day without your thoughts straying to thick pouches popping with ripe masculinity...

If you're visualizing what friends and passers by would look like snug in a freshly-tied fundoshi...

If you can't get enough of wrapping yourself or your lover up in crisp lengths of cloth...

...then leaving them wrapped up as long as your mind can stand...

You just might have Fundoshi Fever.


































 



(Sorry, there's no cure.)

10 comments:

GearGuyNY said...

I wouldn't take the cure if there were one. I'm never out of a fundoshi at home, and always take them when I travel. My partner has gotten into having one tied on him when he gets home. He hasn't learned how to tie one himself; he's liking the ritual of me tying it on him. So am I. I'm glad I found your site and caught the fever!

Fundoshi 4 All! said...

I'm really glad you found the site, too, and that you're enjoying fundoshi together!

Anonymous said...

As A Japanese living US and a fundoshi enthisiast, I am really happy to know an Amercan guy(I guess you are) loves and wears fundoshi daily. The only trouble with fundoshi is that it takes a time to learn how to tie fundoshi correctly. Once you learn how, you love fundoshi

Fundoshi 4 All! said...

I am an American, and I'm so glad you found and enjoy this site. I'd love to have more Japanese perspectives on fundoshi. Since I don't read or speak Japanese and have never been to Japan, I definitely feel a little out of my depth on the subject, even though I love fundoshi so very much. It has been an incredible discovery and I'm eager to learn and see as much as I can!

John said...

Learning to tie a fundoshi was a lot of fun for me. It took a few tries but I learned how to do it and then how to tie my own style for the fit I like. It's great daily wear, swimwear, beachwear. It's erotic and yet very practical, sexy and inexpensive. For me it is just perfect and I am also glad I found this site to learn more and trade comments back and forth.

Anonymous said...

How did you learn how to tie fundoshi properly?
In internet? At Whichi intenet shopdo you purchase
fundoshi in USA, if you do not mind telling.

Anonymous said...

I am glad to know you are self taught fundoshi wearer.
It takes time to learn even with friendly help.
Even in Japan, most young people do not know how to tie fundoshi
because it is no longer populer among young pepole. Only when
they participate traditional festival where fundoshi is norm,
they learn how to tie porperly with help of fundoshi expert
( old time festival participants).

Rob said...

Saw a guy in a vid wearing a Fundoshi and I was instantly hit with the fever. Just another reason for me to love Japan, and Japanese guys ;)

Fundoshi 4 All! said...

I learned from the internet. Everything was in Japanese, so I had to kind of piece it together. I found some diagrams and videos that were really helpful, and I studied photos of well-tied fundoshi so I could try to get it just right! So far, I have not purchased a rokushaku fundoshi -- I've made all my own. But I've bought several nice white etchu fundoshi from jbox.com

Fundoshi 4 All! said...

It definitely amplifies the sexiness. Glad you're here!