Goh Mishima, aka Tsuyoshi Yoshida (1924-1988) was a gay Japanese erotic artist. Upon being drafted into the army in 1942, he had a torrid ongoing love affair with his commanding officer. (Sounds like our kind of guy.) In post-war Tokyo he became heavily involved in gay night life and became fascinated with yakuza gangsters' flat top hair styles and tattoos. Mishima's developing art featured bondage, sado-masochism, hypermasculinity, and fundoshi traditional underwear. He published in gay magazines as early as 1964, a time when it was illegal to depict a penis in Japan. So it's Goh Mishima day, and in our first piece, we see tattoos, ropes, and a peek of pecker. Nice.