Orizuru quite literally means "paper crane" in Japanese, and has become the ultimate origami project. This video slide show allows the user to click at their own pace, clarifying the process of folding an orizuru paper crane into 9 simple steps. All you'll need is one single square sheet of paper, or 1000 if trying to complete the Japanese legend of gaining a wish upon completing that much origami. Whatever reason had for folding the origami crane, the orizuru is a beautiful Japanese tradition to partake in. Follow along with this instructional origami video and learn how to fold an orizuru crane.
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