Lucky Origami introduces you to origami, the Japanese art of paper folding. Origami can be enjoyed by both children and adults. This application shows you how to create Japanese traditional good luck charms with paper. By drawing in the details with a pen, or mounting on cardboard according to the decoration instructions, your good luck charms will look much better. Let's fold good luck charms and make presents for our friends who are doing their best!
This application consists of 15 projects such as Maneki Neko (Beckoning Cat), Daruma (Good Luck Doll), Hinomaru (the Rising Sun Flag), Mount Fuji, and so on. Working with the hands and combining colors and paper develops a child’s curiosity and imagination. Let's have fun folding!
Since ancient times, the Japanese have been praying for good luck, success in business, family safety, good health, and so on, by committing their wishes to Mother Nature and to living creatures.
Let's start by actually folding paper while looking at the guide.
Maneki Neko & Koban (Beckoning Cat & Oval-Shaped Gold Coin)
Daruma (Good Luck Doll)
Hinomaru (Rising Sun Flag)
Tai (Sea Bream)
Ema (Votive Picture Tablet)
Matsu (Pine Tree)
Ume (Plum Blossom)
Ume-Tsubomi (Plum Blossom Bud)