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Making Origami

2019 October 11

A family from America participated in our program “Making Origami”. Origami is the art of folding paper into various figures. It is a part of traditional Japanese culture, and most children do origami at home or in kindergarten.

This time, they made “Koma”(spinning top), “cat, “tulip”, and “butterfly”.

The daughter of the family likes Origami and often does it at home. Her skill was very high, so the lecturer was very surprised.

The daughter really looked like she enjoyed making origami.

At the end of the class, the lecturer gave her works to them -- a rose and gamaguchi(a purse or pouch with a metal clasp).

The rose was amazing. We could not believe that it was made with only one paper! The family said they really enjoyed this class, and the teacher also said it was a really good experience to introduce Japanese culture to foreigners.

Are you interested in Origami? Contact us!






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