ORIGAMI Art Of Japanese Paper Folding

Origami is unique among paper crafts in that it requires no materials other than the paper itself. Cutting, gluing, or drawing on the paper is avoided, using only paper folding to create the desired result. No special skills or artistic talent are needed for origami, although a good amount of patience and perseverance are very helpful. Models can be folded by following instructions exactly. Experimenting with different folds may lead to a totally new, original paper-fold.The word origami comes from the Japanese language. “Ori” means folded and “kami” means paper. Paper-folding as a traditional folding art pervaded the Japanese culture more strongly than any other. But traditional paper-folding did not exist in Japan alone.

 ORIGAMI Art Of Japanese Paper Folding

 ORIGAMI Art Of Japanese Paper Folding

 ORIGAMI Art Of Japanese Paper Folding

 ORIGAMI Art Of Japanese Paper Folding

 ORIGAMI Art Of Japanese Paper Folding

 ORIGAMI Art Of Japanese Paper Folding

 ORIGAMI Art Of Japanese Paper Folding

 ORIGAMI Art Of Japanese Paper Folding

 ORIGAMI Art Of Japanese Paper Folding

 ORIGAMI Art Of Japanese Paper Folding

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