Renzuru Multiple Crane Origami - Seigaiha Advanced
Renzuru, which is roughly translated as consecutive crane can be traced back to the Edo period of Japan (1603-1867) and is regarded as one of the most advanced Origami techniques. This centuries-old Japanese art form is an advanced origami technique that uses a single sheet of paper to fold multiple cranes that are all connected to each other and it is the oldest origami in the form of amusement.
This is one of the 3 renzuru patterns taken from ""Senbatsuru Origata"" book which includes 49 crane origata folding templates for renzuru originally published in 1797.
Design unit Cochae has added graphic patterns to the 3 templates, and the paper has slits so it is all ready for you to fold. You are to fold cranes without cutting the paper but keep it as it is.
Seigaiha is the most advanced renzuru to fold out of the three available options.
Measurements: 25.4cm x 25.4cm x 5 sheets
Made in Japan.
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