Japanese culture has for long been associated with Origami (折り紙). Myths and legends also revolve around this art such as the belief that making one thousand origami cranes in one year would make a wish come true. Origami figures also used to be a part of religious ceremonies and have evolved over ages to become a tool to express creativity. A range of figures can be made using the technique of origami, from a balloon to a swan, from a dragon to Pikachu and even Sumo wrestlers!
Explore the fascinating world of origami while learning how to make some popular origami figures in this JCA event.
To know more, see our previous post on Origami here.
Date – September 2, 2018 (Sunday)
Time – 10:00 am to 11:15 am
Venue – JCA Activity Center, 104, Payal Park Society, Nr. Star Bazaar, Satellite, Ahmedabad
The Japanese club Ahmedabad runs workshops, demonstrations and other activities for organised groups, clubs and schools trying to include as many sessions as possible free to the public. While the workshops are always free for the club members, non-club members may be charged an entrance fee.
– Anjanalakshmi・安社奈, JCA Task Force