Origami or the traditional art of Japanese paper folding is a form of art in which the artist creates a sculpture from a single piece of paper by using various folding and sculpting techniques.
|Product Details:Type||Traditional Origami Paper|
|Theme||White, Orange, Pink, Purple, Blue|
|Place of Origin :||Japan|
|Place of Origin||Japan|
|Sheet size||H70mm W7m|
|Colors||Black, Red, Green, Blue, Yellow|
|Size||L139.5 x D12mm|
|Printing Methods||Silk Printing, Pad Printing|
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|Delivery Time:||5-30 days after the order confirmation|
“Ori” means folding, gami (or rather kami) means paper, so origami literally means folding paper.
Normally the use of glue or cuts are not allowed and art pieces made by these techniques are not considered to be origami works.
When glue and cuts are used in the process then it is usually called kirigami.
Although origami is generally considered to be of a Japanese origin, there are evidences that other cultures around the world had their independent traditions of paper folding.
The list of things that could be made by origami is endless, but please let us name some that are used in our everyday lives:
paper cup, salt keeper, book cover, gift wrap, flower wrap, candy wrap, chopsticks wrap, utensil wrap, gift decoration, gift box, snack box, envelope, toothpick holder, and a wallet (kirigami):
So what would be the ultimate goal of origami again?
To extend the boundaries of what you could create out of a single piece of uncut paper.
How about giving it a try?
We could supply you ANY kind of Japanese origami papers.
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The origami model that may be the best known all around the world is the Japanese paper crane.
There’s an interesting custom in connection with this model.
Have you ever heard of the Thousand origami cranes? In Japanese it is called “senbazuru”,
which could be directly translated to a “Thousand winged crane”. Traditionally it is a benevolent charm that
was given to a newborn baby a long life, good luck charm, as a wedding present, given by the father,
who would like to wish a thousand years of happiness to the newly wed couple.
Thousand winged cranes are donated to many temples in Japan that accomodate an eternal flame for
world peace as an expression of peoples’ wish for world peace.Usually the senbazuru are left disposed
to the weather, so they will be slowly dissolving into nothing similarly to the payer flags in south asia.
There are actually various sets sold in one package by us for making senbazuru. Please contact us if you
are interested in purchasing some of these sets.
Here are some some examples of the papers that we have:
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