Learn Origami in Chennai
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What is Origami?
Origami – the art of paper folding is derived from two Japanese words – Ori (folded) and Kami (paper).
This skill is not just for kids, but for adults too. In fact, there are several Guinness Book of World Records related to this art.The smallest origami crane in the world was made by Naito Akira folding plastic film measuring 0.1 by 0.1 mm, while the largest number of origami cranes was created as part of the 50th anniversary of the Hiroshima Bombing.
Besides world records, ancient Japanese Samurai gave each other gifts known as “noshi” that were paper folded with a strip of fish that were considered a good luck token.
This tradition of paper folding was originally passed down only orally (from mothers to daughters) and was also used in religious ceremonies. However, modern Origami owes a great deal to Master Yoshizawa who published books with detailed instructions in the early 1950s. Along with American Sam Randlett, Yoshizawa formulated the standard set of origami diagram symbols that are still used today!
Workshop Coming up in Chennai
Team Reservado is excited to bring this skill to Chennai. Are you interested in learning The Japanese Art Form of Origami?
Date: *Currently Postponed to a later date* Follow @reservadoindia on instagram to stay updated
Venue: Ashvita Nirvana, Besant Nagar, Chennai
Time: 3-5 PM
Age group: Ideal for ages 6-12 years (others are welcome to learn these fun, and simple designs).
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