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by Dokuotei Nakano

  • ISBN: 0870409123
  • Category: Crafts & Home
  • Author: Dokuotei Nakano
  • Subcategory: Crafts & Hobbies
  • Other formats: txt lrf lrf doc
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Japan Publications Trading; 1 edition (May 15, 1993)
  • FB2 size: 1445 kb
  • EPUB size: 1243 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 537
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An ideal origami starter kit containing a how-to-do book and 54 sheets of origami paper. Includes 9 traditional works such as a boat, pinwheel, crane, 7 birds

An ideal origami starter kit containing a how-to-do book and 54 sheets of origami paper. An ideal origami "starter kit" containing a how-to-do book and 54 sheets of origami paper. Includes 9 traditional works such as a boat, pinwheel, crane, 7 birds, including a hen, pigeon and pheasant, and 5 animals.

Origami Classroom Board book – 1 May 1993. by Dokuohtei Nakano (Author).

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Until, around 1797, a book ‘How to Fold thousand cranes’ was published. Window on Midwater’ was another book on Origami published in 1845. This book showed how to make 150 Origami models.

Until, around 1797, a book ‘How to Fold thousand cranes’ was published. The crane is supposed to be the sacred bird of Japan and it was believed that if a person folded thousand cranes, he/she would be granted one wish. Origami spread to other parts of the world now. The Moors from Africa bought with them this art to Spain. They however did not create animal forms because their religion forbade them to. From Spain Origami art spread to South America.

An ideal origami "starter kit" containing a how-to-do book and 54 sheets of origami paper. Includes 9 traditional works such as a boat, pinwheel, crane, 7 birds, including a hen, pigeon and pheasant, and 5 animals.
Reviews about Origami Classroom (2):
Llathidan
The book is fairly good, though sometimes hard to follow. Even though this is a board book, it is not for small children. The paper that comes with it is beautiful but rips easily and does not fold as crisply as one might like, which can be frustrating for beginners. (This from someone who has folded thousands of paper cranes from all types of paper - even lined notebook paper).
Ferri - My name
fine book, kindof simple. It was for my granddaughter who was 12 when I gave it to her. She's very good at it.

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