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Tanuki zuri

Tanuki zuri

Named after the racoon dog / badger from many Japanese legends.
Originally tying the wrist and ankles close together in front of the body, then lifting the subject.
Over time made popular by Randa Mai as inverted (face down) suspension from all four limbs.
You can do the tanuki without suspension, so you don’t need to mention tsuri.



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