Origami is an ancient Japanese art of folding papers. It may be an ancient form of handicraft but even in this very age, origami is very appealing to people all over the world. Only a single piece of paper can do magic if you know the ways of origami. Yes, a single piece of paper […]
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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. Read more here!