Qi,Blood and Fluid
Three members of "Qi", "Blood", and "Fluid" are the basic substances that make up the human body and maintain life activities, and there are close relationships among the three.
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Our shop "NEO-TANTRA TOKYO" offers various massages using the therapy based on the idea of spiritual oriental medicine.
We offer various massages cultivated in the long tradition of each country mentioned above by combining it with "Massage for rejuvenation" for male customers after mature.
Our shop 's massage is a rejuvenated massage for a mature generation, accompanied by happy ending massage for mature generation.
This HAPPY ENDING MASSAGE FOR MATURE GENERATION makes a distinction from our mere HAND JOB in our shop.
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However, massage to care for the body is also essential for the mature generation, and our shop is the reason why massage that satisfies both sexual energy and body maintenance is necessary for the mature generation.
Therefore, we hope to use the customers of the mature generation, please understand.
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What is Qi,Blood,Fluid in Oriental medicine?
Three members of
① Ki=Qi=Chi(氣 in Japanese),
③ Bodily Fluid
・・・are basic substances that constitute the human body and maintain basic substances that maintain life activities, and it is said that there is a close relationship between the three.
The explanation of ① ~ ③ is as follows.
① Ki=Qi=Chi(氣 in Japanese) is to create everything in the universe, Chinese medicine thinking.
Ki=Qi=Chi(氣 in Japanese) regulates body temperature, circulates blood and carries nutrition, and maintains various life activities.
In traditional Chinese culture, QI or CHI (About this sound QI, also known as KI in Japanese culture)
is an active principle forming part of any living thing.
QI literally translates as "breath", "air", or "gas", and figuratively as "material energy", "life force", or "energy flow".
QI is the central underlying principle in traditional Chinese medicine and martial arts.
② Blood circulates in the blood circulation with the air and carries nourishment into the body.
③ Bodily Fluid moisturizes and nourishes all organs and tissues in the body.