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Learn the Art of Origami

Origami is the art of making figures by folding paper. One of the most popular origami figures is the attractive looking Orizuru (a folded-paper crane). Join this class where you can learn a number of crafts in a live session.

From Kyoto
Online Experience
1 Hour
Arts and Crafts
Upto 10 people
English, Japanese
Highlights
  • Learn to make special Origami figures such as the beautiful Orizoru
  • Live and interactive session on-screen guidance by a qualified Japanese expert
Description

Attend this online session to learn traditional origami and make one of the most popular origami figures Orizuru, also known as Paper Crane. Origami is the art of making figures by folding paper. In Japan, people make the crane to pray for peace and happiness. I will give you step by step instructions as you make 4 different easy to complicated figures. Join me in this class where you can learn a number of crafts in just a few steps.

About this experience
What's excluded
  • Materials
Instructions
  • Please have a good internet connection and Zoom app installed on your phone or laptop
  • The instructions to join the meeting will be sent via email shortly after the booking
Know before you go
  • Please sign in on the zoom app five minutes prior to the scheduled meeting
  • You require 4 square sheets for the Origami session
  • You can book this tour either for JPY 2400 per screen OR as a private session for JPY 11000 for upto 10 screens joining this activity with you from all over the world. You will see the option to book this experience as a private tour on the checkout page if it is available for that time slot.
Meet your Host
Aya Ito

I was born in Kyoto in 1967 and I still live in the center of town as a teacher for various kinds of Japanese traditional culture. I have had 3000 or more guests from all over the world since I have opened my classroom in summer 2018. My husband is a descendant of a large trading family from the Edo period called Ito. His ancestor became the Shogun’s garden advisor and developed the Somei Yoshino variety of cherry blossom which is now the Japanese national flower. We are pleased to offer classes in Japanese home cooking and more than 10 other kinds of cultural experience classes. My husband and I hold a number of teaching licenses in Tea, Ikebana, and Shodō so it’s possible to take all kinds of classes. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

From JPY 2400 / Screen
Important Information
  • Refundable : Yes
  • Can be canceled up to 24hrs before the scheduled session
  • Date is based on the local time zone of the experience host