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Origami Kaikan

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Origami Kaikan

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1-7-14 Yushima, Bunkyo 113-0034 Tokyo Prefecture
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First-time visitors to Tokyo who want a comprehensive overview of the city will love this handy private tour. Experience both modern and ancient Tokyo at attractions like the Tokyo Tower, Meiji Shrine, the Imperial Palace, and more. Foodies will be kept satisfied with lunch at the Tsukiji Fish Market, and shopaholics will love Asakusa and Ginza. Customize the tour to suit your needs.
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This small gift shop and quasi-museum is only for those who love Origami. They have an untold amount of papers, kits and tools for the craft. Most interesting was the Origami Master who casually made both simple and complex works. He speaks some English and he has quite a fun,
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Origami Kaikan is a small gallery and shop dedicated to making and promoting the art of origami. You can take classes, buy beautiful washi paper and origami and even see the washi being dyed. When we went there was an engaging origami master who made several sweet creations for
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We love origami and heard about this museum... which admittedly is very small, more like a small gallery and a gift shop. We would have been disappointed to make the trek all the way there for so little pay off (even though the art on display is BEAUTIFUL) - but there was an
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I need to start by remarking on the kindness of the instructors of the origami workshop. When we e-mailed them to book our 2 spots, we were informed that they normally only allow 6 people but they had already allowed double the amount of people to join the workshop, and would be
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Wonderful place to anyone who’s interested in origami art. The staff are extremely friendly. If you’re lucky you can catch the Director doing a mini demonstration session and seeing some original painting displayed on the wall by him
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