Origami is a Japanese form of art in which squares of paper are folded to create shapes. These shapes can be animals, flowers, or anything else you can come up with. Most origami shapes are made from one piece of paper and need no glue, scissors, or stapler.
Origami is a big part of Japanese culture. The craft is passed down from one generation to the next. The craft of folding paper was first created for special ceremonies, now it is mostly a hobby and done for decorative reasons.
In the Japanese culture every shape has a meaning. In this blog we will tell you all about the culture of origami, the basic folds, the meaning of every shape, the materials to make your own origami, and we will keep you up to date with the latest origami news.
We hope you'll find something on this blog that interests you.
And have fun with the magic of paper.