Japan–Culture (Oragami)


Origami is the centuries-old Japanese art of paper-folding that became popular around the world in the mid-1800s. Wikipedia’s entry on origami details various styles of origami, such as “wet-folding,” which is “an origami technique for producing models with gentle curves rather than geometric straight folds and flat surfaces,” and “pureland origami,” which is “origami with the restriction that only one fold may be done at a time, more complex folds like reverse folds are not allowed, and all folds have straightforward locations.” If you want fold by fold diagrams aplenty visit Origami-club.com or OrigamiFun.com.

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