Origami paper

ORIGAMI - a traditional japanese craft -

Origami (Japanese: oru = fold, kami = paper) is the old Japanese art of paper folding in which square sheets of paper are used to create artistic three-dimensional shapes without the aid of scissors or glue.


Well known traditional motifs include flowers, animals and birds – mainly Tsuru (cranes) - as well as objects like Kabuto (warrior's helmets), boxes, etc.


In the middle of the 19th Century origami was discovered in Europe to be a pedagogical teaching aid at the kindergarten level (the folding of paper promotes hand-eye coordination as well as a sense of geometry and precision).


Today it is not only a meaning of artistic expression and a leisure time activity for handicraft enthusiasts but is also used as a tool in the fields of science and technology. For example, airbags can be folded like Origami in automobiles in such a way we avoid that it won't split when it blews up. 

◆ papery wood origami "ORIJYU"

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15cm x 15cm / 5 sheets 


◆ Ukiyo-e Origami for orizuru-Crane

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15cm x 15cm / 46 sheets 


◆ National Flag Origami for orizuru-crane

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15cm x 15cm / 48 sheets in 24 flag design