The Art of Paper Folding - Origami
Origami is the art of paper folding. It's a way of folding a single sheet of square paper into a sculpture without cutting, gluing, taping, or even marking it.
In Japan, origami is taught at home and in school. Many Japanese people have fond memories of their first origami experiences in kindergarten where they learned to create paper animals with friends.
On this tour, Eriko will share with you the culture of Japanese paper folding as well as a variety of origami models including flowers, boxes, and jumping frogs (it may be different each time!). Origami is not only fun but enhances your creativity. It's also been proven to possess therapeutic advantages!
You can be anywhere in the world, all you need is a sheet of paper. You can fold a paper along with Eriko or just enjoy watching how a piece of paper transforms into a sculpture. Let's explore the joy of origami together.