Shibaru

Japanese do not lack any hand-eye coordination in the general sense of the meaning. While you may already know about the furoshiki: http://mesubim.com/2012/12/22/tied-up/ , the Japanese specialize in tying up almost everything including humans and the word shibaru means to bind, or tie or fasten. The Japanese even tied prisoners according to their rank and knots in Japan have a deep-rooted historical and cultural meaning.

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