Kink Dictionary: Nyotaimori
What is Nyotaimori?
Nyotaimori is a Japanese word that translates to “female body plate.” It is a form of erotic entertainment that involves serving sushi on a naked body, typically a woman’s. The practice is also known as “body sushi” or “naked sushi.”
The History of Nyotaimori
Nyotaimori has its roots in Japan’s feudal period, where it was practiced by wealthy samurai as a way to display their status and wealth. The practice later became popular in the 1960s in Japan’s underground sex industry and has since spread to other parts of the world.
The Process of Nyotaimori
The process of nyotaimori involves a person, typically a woman, lying naked on a table while sushi is placed on various parts of their body. The sushi is typically served on small plates or directly on the person’s skin. Customers then eat the sushi directly off the person’s body using chopsticks or their hands.
The Risks of Nyotaimori
While nyotaimori may be a fun and erotic experience for some, there are also risks involved. The practice can be unsanitary, as the sushi is in direct contact with a person’s skin. This can lead to the spread of bacteria and other harmful pathogens. Additionally, the practice can be degrading and objectifying for the person serving as the sushi platter.
Alternatives to Nyotaimori
If you’re interested in trying something similar to nyotaimori but want to avoid the risks and ethical concerns, there are alternative options. Some sushi restaurants offer “naked sushi” experiences where the sushi is served on a table that is shaped like a naked body. Another option is to try food play with a consenting partner, where you can use food in a sexual manner without objectifying or degrading anyone.
Nyotaimori can be a fun and erotic experience for some, but it’s important to consider the risks and ethical concerns involved. If you do decide to try nyotaimori, make sure to do so with a trusted partner and take proper precautions to ensure safety and hygiene.