The original meaning of bundling means that people are tied up by ropes and the like. It is mostly used for people, and the other is for a measure of freedom of restrictions imposed on the victim by the gangster. The victim’s arm is folded back with a strap to restrain the victim’s resistance and also makes it difficult for the victim to escape by means of escape. The victim’s walking part, such as the leg, is tied with a rope to prevent the victim from escaping for help. Cover the Ministry of Victims with cloth, tape, cable ties, etc. to prevent them from crying for help.
In the Edo period, there were more than one hundred and fifty rope-harvesting (bundling) genres in Japan. After the Meiji Restoration, the rope-removing technique was still adopted by the police agencies and did not disappear until the Meiji era.