Takate Kote Drills
The takate kote is a popular class of Japanese style rope chest harnesses. Most variants are constructed from a common pool of design elements, which also appear in other Japanese and Japanese-inspired ties. This hands-on class will introduce and drill design elements common to most TK forms, emphasizing efficient tying and good rope handling techniques. With practice, the student will build muscle memory for these elements, helping them excel in a subsequent class on a specific takate kote variant. Requires about six-to eight 25-30 ft. long ropes (about quarter-inch diameter) and a (patient) partner. Beginner through intermediate skill level.
Cannon & Killjoy
Type of workshop: Demo, Hands-On