The art of Japanese paper folding origami is studied specially according to different age and skill groups and the work they do is given to the participants. The papers used can include your company logo and colors.
Crane bird has an important place in Japanese culture. The same importance applies to the origami crane. It is believed that those who make 1,000 crane birds will live a long and good life. The reason why the crane is popular today is an 11-year-old girl named Sadako Sasaki. This little girl, who has Leukemia due to a nuclear bomb dropped on Hiroshima during World War II, begins to make a crane in hopes of healing. But after finishing his 664 turn, he says goodbye to life. Every year, the anniversary of the bomb’s throw in his memory, on August 6, children from Japan and the world make a crane for the universal peace and leave it on the wish tree.
In the workshop to be held, the participants learn how to make origami from our training and it becomes the beginning of a very special hobby for children / adults.
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