How many cranes can you fold with one piece of paper?

Photo by Mihoko Takizawa

Mizuho Tomita practices “renzuru”, an origami technique that uses a single sheet of traditional “washi” paper to fold multiple cranes that all connect to each other. His personal record is 368 connecting cranes using one sheet of paper – amazing!

Tomika has folded more than 500,000 paper cranes in his lifetime and was involved in the “One Million Cranes” project to help those affected by the Tohoku region earthquake disaster on March 11, 2011. His favourite size of paper to use is  64 centimeters by 92 cm.

Blogger asablo airline visited Tomita’s gallery and shared these images of his work.

Photos by asablo airline


Photo by asablo airline

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