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The Historical Significance of KOZUKA
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Japanese Pine Tree

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Chapter I: Name and Purpose

Article l: Name
1. This society is to be called Nihon Origami Gakkai in Japanese.
2. This society is to be called Japan Origami Academic Society in English.
3. The abbreviated name of this society is JOAS.

Article 2: Purpose
l. The purpose of JOAS is to promote studies of origami, diffusion of origami, and both
domestic and international association of all origami-lovers.
2. The studies of origami mentioned above includes designing, designing techniques,
criticism, mathematical studies, educational studies, history, bibliography, studies of the
intellectual property rights, studies of industrial and commercial design, and so on.
3. The diffusion of origami mentioned above includes widening appreciation of origami,
expansion of the community of origami-lovers, scouting and rearing the origami talent, and

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From the Bookshelves of the JOAS Library
Nishikawa Sei
The Historical Significance of
KOZUK,A (a small knife attached to
a Japanese sword) wth a Pattern of
Origami Cranes and Japanese Pine "Kono Aoi Sora de Kimi o Tsutsumo"
Hatori Koshiro
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Dr. Orizuru and Witch of Orioarni."
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Taiyaki (A Japanese Fish-slraped Cake)
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Orisuzi ("Folci-Creases")
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(Page 7) Origamiand lts Neighbors you can also enjoy the scenery of the "Satoyama"
#83 - Mulberry fruit mountains and the fresh air too. That is part of
ByTomoko Fuse the concept.
Around the summer solstice, the Japanese "sasa" Maybe due to fact that it is hosted locally, there
lilies bloom, the Japanese honeysukles smell are many opportunities to give interviews. After
strongly, and the "theclini" buttrflies begin to the end ofa workshop the otherday, I had an
flutter. As I try tasting some raspberries while interview with several prefectural nws
walking, I felt that summer will come. The other organizations. I was surprised to hear comments
day a female copper pheasant jumped out and with a puzzled face:
dragged her feathers and walked wildly in front "What? Did you create these models?"
of my eyes. We continue walking withut "They are all my own creations unless I

ch.angig the pace, "Yes, yes, break up, break up." specical ly menton otherwise."
When the chick is nearby, the female pheasant "Did you create by yourself those models in the
moves like that. I learned on a book that it will try exhibition?'
to distract any threats to their chicks. A few years "Sure!"
ago,l remember seeing a similar behavior of a I am completely exhausted when I return home.
female copper pheasant at this same location. But I think that the understanding of origami is
This season really stimulates allthe senses... improving step by step. I hope one day the
There are things to pick up for each season on understanding of modern origami will expand
the way of some of walking routes. Wild
vegetables in spring, wild strawberries in early
summer, "akebi" chocolate vines and mushrooms
even further.

Recently, I make origami using a lot of physical

in autumn. is big and a large number.
ln addition to raspberries, it s possible to taste Even using machines where possible, the human
mulberry fruits during the summer solstice. hands are needed at the end. Eat well, sleep well,
However, the mulberry tree on the walking route lwill continue folding while I can, motivated by
was cut down since it was in the property of the the world that the origami shows me.
exhibition hall of a Russian artist of Northern Alps
Art Festival. The trees that were not cut down (Page 13)Close-up
have their branches prun-ed, so the fruits only Significance in origami history of "Origami
grow in the upper part of the trees, way above Crane and Pine Pattern Kozuka(*)"
the reach of my hands. I look up, and tink "l By Koshiro Hatori
want to taste the fruits." Oh well, this year I must (*) Note: A "kozuka" is a decorative handle fitting
bear not tastng the mulberry fruits at this for the "kogatana" , a short blade fit into a
location. Let me enjoy things at other places. I pocket on the "saya" scabbard ofa Japanese
thought that it would have been better if people Katana sword.
who came to see the art festival had been able to Mr. Yukihiko Nakanishi, board member of the
taste the mulberry fruits. Ja pa nese sword preservation associatio n, severa I

Quite a large crowd come to the art festival on years ago received a sword fittng that a collector
Saturdays and Sundays, surprising the local was about to send to a museum abroad. Among
inhabitants. Above and beyond the art works, it, there was a "origami crane and pine tree
pattern" kozuka shown in Figure 1. Mr. Nakanishi generation Goto family. ln addition, it was usual
contacted Mr. Masao Okamura, an advisor of that there were no inscriptions on the sword
Nippon Origami Association, makinq it possible fittings of that age.
for this kozuka to be known to the o?igmi world First, the origamicranes were made with a
(see "Monthly Origami" magazine issu +6t). technique called "Uttori lroe" (gracious color
While seeing this kozuka, I got an opportunity to painting) which is performed by covering a thin
talk about interestinq storis by Mr. Nakanishi plate of gold on the metal and fixing it with
and Mr. Okamura. This kozuka was also been caulking. This technique is also calldd
recently featured in newspaper articles and "Fukuro-gise" (bagging), and since the first
television programs, but I would like to present t generation Goto fa m ly, Y uzo Goto ( 1 440- 1 51 2),

in detail here. it was a technique often used by the Goto house

The kozuka -- i.4 cm long and 9J cm wide with during the Muromachi period.
three origami cranes engraved - is an extremely The bare metal was red copper, but it exhibits a
important historical materal for the studies of jet-black color due to the Goto secret processing.
the hstory of origami. lts significance can be Even in the Goto family, we will begin to see a
summarized into three points. bluish color metal in subsequent yars. The
First, according to expert opinion this kozuka was pattern of the earth s a series of small circles,
made at the end of the 16th century by Eizo Goto called "Nanakoji" . That was also a technique
(1577-1617), a metalworker who served used by the Goto family.
Toyotomi Hideyoshi (daimy warrior, general, Gold diagonals can be seen at the back (Fig. 2).
samurai, and politician of the Sengoku period). This design called "sogtsugi" was created by Eijo.
The history of the earliest Japanes play origami The sogitsugi of this kozuka s consistent with
known before was the end f the 1 lth tentry, another kozuka with inscription by Eijo. Figure 3
so the history of play origami dates now goes shows a portrait of Ekijo Goto (1642-1707)-, great
almost a century back. (There is a theory that nephew of the Eijo. But, we can notice that not
there was origami in the Heian period or even only the design of the "Junishi pattern" (12 signs
before, howeier there are no atual evidences of the Chinese zodiac) kozuka but also the
for that.) technique of bonding the gold are different.
ln addition, the Goto family served generals from Eijo was born in Kyoto in 1577 and succeeded his
the Muromachi to the Edo periods, nd only the family in his young teens. He will serve Hideyoshi
general or the Daimyo or related can possess the after his grandfather 4th generation Hojo
Goto's sword fittings. The fact that origami (1529-1620) and the 5th generation Tokujo
c.ranes appear in one of them strongly suggests (1 550-1631 ). But since he served the Western
that Japanese play origami was inded brn in a Army at Sekigahara battle, leyasu Tokugawa is
samuraiclass society. dissatisfied with him. He is allowed to revive the
Furthermore, based on the natural association of house later, in 1616, when he will serve Hidetada,
the kozuka carved pine trees on ths craft with a 2nd generation shogun, but he passed away in
crane pattern, we can realize that the origami the following year.
cranes were early on recognized as cranes. From the above, it is considered that this small
On the other hand, there is a mystery in this pattern was created under the Hideyoshi
kozuka. ln the first place, why did Eizo Goto carve administration in the '1590s. The historical
an origamicrane instead of a regular crane? What records of the Japanese play origami which was
is the meaning of "origami cran and pine" rather known before this include the illustrated model
than "crane and pine tree?" book of 1699 (kimono design collection), and
I would like to drill down on these points in this "Kshoku lchidaiOtoko" (The Life of an Amorous
article. Man), by lhara Saikaku (1682) in the literature
A kozuka is the handle of a small sword that is form being the oldest. Therefore, with this little
inserted on the back of the Japanese katana pattern, the history of play origami goes back to
sword sheath. Originally it was a practical tem, nearly a hundred years.
but elaborate carvings for decoration were also There may be some people who willfind this one
made. ln addition to being used for the century gap suspicious, but I think that this gap is
decoration of the sword, it was sometimes the key to unraveling the history of origami.
appreciated independently from the sword, Which I will explain next.
along with the Menuki .. developed for fixing the Goto served as a sword swordsmith to the
blade in the handle - to fit in the front of saya Ashikaga shogunate from the first generation
sheath (Mukuni). The actual condition of the Yujo to the third-generation Joshin Goto (1512 -
crane and pine pattern kozuka has no linear 1562).There were also.from a samurai family and
scratches that would had been created when they were a staff at Omi Sakamoto house.
inserting in and pulling it out of the sheath. However, in 1562, Yunimasa Asai attacked, and
Although this kozuka has no inscription, it is Joshin died in the war.
possible to conclude from the features detailed ln response to that, Kojo, the child of the Joshin,
below that we are talking about an extremely moves to Bungo, but in 1571 he returned to
superior work of Eizo Goto, a member of the 6th Kyoto to serve Nobunaga Oda. ln addition to the
sword fittings, he received large-scale production as a crane in Genroku era, it makes us wonder
orde-rs by Nobunaga in 1581 ahd by Hideyoshi before then?
the following year. In fact, there are example of cases in which the
Since then, the Goto family undertook the origami meaning changed with the time. The
Toyotomi administration and the Tokugawa origami model now known as "Yakko", was called
shogunate with large casting and brush writing, "a Priest" in half folded form in the Edo era.ln
weight casting and examination of weights, ant addition, the model called "Paku-paku" or
in the era of Eijo, Goto together with th Chaya "Pakuncho" was considered to resemble a
and the Suminokura families represented the salt-shaker of the 19th century Europe.
chief merchant families in the city in this period Origami cranes can also resemble as a heron or
in Kyoto. stork. lndeed, in the Hokusai comic illustration
Aside from that, the Goto family issued "origami" often seen in origami books, a blank paper
certificates expert opinion, beginning with ihe thrown in the air turns into a heron. (Note that
appraisal of sword fittings by Tokujo. Origami this picture depicts one of the party stunts, and
certificates of Goto famiiies are believed to be not an Onmyji sorcerer technique. I can
credible alongside origami certificates of swords understand origami in terms of playing with
by the famous Hon' ami family. paper and what it may resemble, but lt does not
When the Edo period turned to Genroku, and the relate any further than origami.)
town people began to have financial resources, Here, attention is drawn to this small engraved
the metalworkers in began to chisel sword origami with pine. lt is a crane from that time, so
fitt!ngs for town people too. They were usually it can be understood by this kozuka that an
called "Koshimoto-bori" (Chamber maid carvi ng) origamicrane was already recognized as a crane
or "Machi-bori" (town carving). ln comparison, in the Momoyama period.
the sword fittings of the Goto family kept the However, we do not know whether it was called
dignity as tool of the Shogun or Daimyo, and it "Orizuru" Origami Crane from that time.
was called "lebori" (house carving). Regardless, out of the three origami cranes
Also in the pine tree and origami crane kozuka, carved in this small pattern, the two on the left
the style of a house carving is clear. I do not know and right have interesting shapes. lt looks like a
the history of this kozuka, but it was supposed to warrior with a hood with its back protruding
be Hideyoshior someone near him who would behind (Figure 4). Even within the Goto family,
be allowed to possess it at that time. which is characterized by precise carvings, Eijo is
Most of the old hstorical records of Japanese part the categories of master, so we can' t think
play origami, which was previously known, he did not have the technique to carve.
appeared in the town culture of the Edo period. Were the origami cranes from that time shaped
Meanwhile, origamioriginated in a samurai Iike that? Or, were the wings twisted so as to
society in the Muromachi period, and it leaked to show the upper surface to mke it look good
town people in the Edo period. For that reason, from the front? I tried it a bit, but I could not
although the origami of Japanese play origami reproduce this shape using simple folding
has been thought to be origami of the samurai's methods.
reputation, I did not know when the play orgami Rather than that, it seems that Eijo and people
originated. around him did not know how to fold an or.igami
However, based on this kozuka, before samurai crane, and could not get hold of a model of an
spread the certificate origamito town people, it elegant origami crane. Since the central crane is
turned out that there was a play origami in the carved relatively accurately, there is a possibility
samurai society. As a result, it was almost certain that the sides were imagined based only on the
that Japan's origami originated in the samurai reference of the front view.
society during the Muromachiera. lf that was the case, and considering that Eijo was
Most probably, during the Muromachiand Edo himself near the center of the samurai society
periods, the distinction between the certificate even though his status was not as a samurai,
origami and the play origami was not separate as perhaps it was early on since the creation of
we image lt to be today. So, it seems that the origami crane. And so, there is a possibility that
certificate origami and play origami initiated in its folding was not sufficiently spread among the
the samurai society and then they were samurai society.
transmitted to the town people as one. As such, ln any case, Eijo could would not have carved an
the one century that it took from the kozuka to origami crane forcibly. There should be a reason
the draft book and the Ukiyo-zshi Edo literature for that. lf you just want to engrave the "Pine and
could be the time it took for the origami of the Crane" design, you can..carve a crane nstead of
samurai society to spread to the town culture. an ongamrcrane.
By the way, origami crane carved in a pine tree ln addition, while there is a tendency for specific
pattern kozuka does not necessarily resemble a subjects carved repeatedly in the sculpture
crane if you look only to its shape. Since this house of the Goto family, only this one is known
origami is described as "Orizuru" origami crane in for origami crane or any origami model. From
a book from 1700, and it was already recognized that, we can imagine that there was a special
circumstance that Eijo had to carve origami kozuka was made just after the summer of 1591
cranes, and not cranes. when Tsurumatsu died. Even though the ride is
Okamura has an interesting hypothesis about its still in the early teens, after that I will be
circumstances. There is no other than Hidevoshi succeeding to the family, so it is not amusing to
that can ask the creation of a small pattern'in the carve such a fine petite as much. Eijo is still i the
first place. Hideyoshiwas finally blessed with a early teens then, and succeeded the family, so it
long-awaited heir at the age of 53, and who he is not odd that he carved just such a fine kozuka.
named Sute, then Sutemaru and finally The OrigamiCrane and Pine kozuka gives us a
Tsurumatsu (Crane Pine). However, Tsurumatsu new light on the history of origamicrane in
was only two years old when he departs to the addition to the history of origami. I would like to
"other" world, thank Mr. Yukihiko Nkanishlfor showing me this
lf this Kozuka was made at the time of the death small kozuka which is also valuable as a work of
of Tsurumatsu, it is thought that the crane was an art as well as for providing photos.
auspicious bird, so it was not suitable for a Figure 1: "Origami Crane and Pine" kozuka
memorial service and it was necessary to change created by Eizo Goto. The color picture is
to an origami crane. lt also matches with the fact available on Origami Gaku by Seiji Nishikawa.
that the pine carved as a wakamatsu (young Figure 2: Back side of "OrigamiCrane and Pine"
pine). ln addtion, there are many suggestions in kozuka
the historical materials of the Edo per'rod that Figure 3: "12 Chinese Zodiac Signs" created by
origami cranes were regarded as a tool for Etsujo Goto
purification, so I am also intrigued about the Figure 4: Leftmost origami crane of "Origami
relationship with that fact. Crane and Pine" kozuka
Then, it is possible for us to assume that this

(Page 16) From the Bookshelves of the are constructed to respond somewhat in a
JOAS Library hypertensive way to origami and related words
ignite continuously and I need to be mindful not
Book #56i ""Kono aoi sora de kimi wo
tsutsumou" (Let's hold you in this blue to overreact to follow the story.
<By the way>
Hideaki Sena's debut "Parasite Eve" (1995) was
HideakiSena awarded the same year's Japan Horror Novel
Article by Seiji Nishikawa Award, making the words "parasite" (used in the
Seiji Nishikawa is the board chair of Japan title) and "mitochondria" (note 1) become
Origami Academic Society (.,OAS), mainly popular. Many readers may remember these
responsible for the library, instructors' terms from biology, creating a boom also with
administration, intellectual property (lP) rig hts video games. At that time, Hideaki Sena himself
research. Currently exploring themes for the next was a doctoral student at the University of
10 years. Pharmaceutical Sciences and I think that science
studies and student authors spurred a boom as
Last year, Sena Hideaki 's publication of "Kono aoi well. I remember that I did read "Parasite Eve" a
sora de kimi wo tsutsumou" (Let's hold you in few years after the boom. But I did read with
this blue sky) is a unique origami novel. For the excitement in my school days the research
Origami Tanteidan magazine readers the current themed bacterial genetic analysis, The Selfish
state of "regular" origami may be a very Gene by Richard Dawkins as well as Lynn
mysterous world for ordinary people. This Sena Margulis's theory of symbiotic evolution of
Hideaki's news coverage is a substantial one. We eukaryotic cells (note 3). I symphonize well with
also got a copy for the JOAS library which collects the lmagination and excitement of young
origami related books. So, without further ado, researchers who instantly leap and build up
let me introduce it to you. entertainment, incorporating into the story "awe"
<Novel overflowing with origami> or "sense of wonder" extracted from abundant
This time, I will introduce you "Kono aoi sora de and sound scientific insights. After that, I spent a
kimiwo tsutsumou" (Let's hold you in this blue considerable amount of time researching
the latest 2016 title by the famous Sensei
sky), bacteria belonging to alpha proteobacteria (note
Hideaki after the debut of "Parasite Eve" (1995). 4), a candidate for the origin of mitochondria,
There are many prior novels, manga, movies on and amused with "Power, Sex, Suicide:
which origami was used. But this novel is Mitochondria and the Meaning of Life" by Nick
amazing with the use of "origami ", I am sorry for Lane (2007, translation by Saito Ryuu, Misuzu
the poor statistics, but the words related to Shobo), at the same'time, Hideak Sena's book
origamiappears roughly in600/o of all pages.l revisited the theme in "Mitochondria no Chikara"
think that it is the first time that I found the word (2007, Shinchosha Bunko) co-authored with
"origami diagram" in this novel which is about a Mitsuo Ota.
boy who loves Origami. Brain cells that are <The model of the hero' s home washi paper
responsible for my cognitive functions - which store Masutake>
Last year, I heard about this novel for the first eukaryotic cell (a cell that has a nucleus that
time from Miyako Yamaguchi. Makoto stores genes) and carries out complex chemical
Yamaguchi 's wife, and owner of the washi paper reactions that use oxygen to extract the energy
store Masutake in Shizuoka. Now, this novei necessary for vital activtes for an organic matter.
would not be practical without the washi paper Some people explain that cells that have become
store Masutake, because the model for the able to acquire energy efficiently in coexistence
Japanese paper shop -- home of the high school with mitochondria have become multicellular
student Sakiko, the main character - is the washi a nd d ra matica ly accelerated their evol utio na ry

paper store Masutake from Gofukucho, Shizuoka. pace. ln textbooks, there are many illustrations in
<So, how much can you recognize?> the form of"azuki" red beans.
The story begins with the depiction of traditional Note 2 The selfish gene: What the organism
origami "Namazu" Cat Fish. "Namazu" is rarely leaves to the descendants is not the individuality
mentioned among the traditional creations. A of the individual organism but the gene itself.
few years ago, the songwriter Akimoto Yasuto The organism individual is only a vehicle of the
presented as a "Fugu" Puffer Fish in a unique gene. lt is a shock that despite anthropomorphic
origami book "Shitsuren Origami" (Broken Heart expressions and paradoxical ideas about what an
Origami) 2005, Kodansha, and that thought is organism is, the objective of the gene is selfish --
stated in this novel. Origami creations are simply to remain a gene.
mentioned throughout the book - including the Note 3 Symbiotic evolution theory: Chloroplasts
Curlicue by Assia Brill which is an action model responsible for photosynthesis in mitochondria
that allow very nteresting swirl movement, and of plant cells are known to have unique
Monkey postcard origami, Five-petal Cherry genes apart from the nucleus. lt is an accepted
Blossoms, Black Kite bird of prey, etc. The origami story that Eukaryotic cells are more primitive cells
enthusiasts should enjoy reading the book just that was born and evolved by incorporating
by imagining the origami models: "ls that that other bacteria and coexisting.
one? Which one is that?" ln addition, there are Note 4 Alpha Proteobacteria: E. coli (Escherichia
parts of the book that provides details about coli) and other lactic acid bacteria as well as other
various creative styles of the origamidesigners, n uclea r-free si n g le-cel led orga n isms are bacteria
so it is well worth a reading. in general. But bacteria can be divided into
<Blue Sly of Shizuoka> several groups. A Proteobacteria is the group
Although not directly related to origami, it is that includes photosynthetic bacteria that do not
surprising that Miho's Tokai University generate oxygen. I ncidental ly, cyanobacteria,
Oceanography Museum appears as an important which is a group of photosynthesizing type that
scene. I do not know if Hideaki Seno is aware or generates oxygen, is known to be chloroplast.
whether he had participated in one of the
Origami Ta nteidan Shizuoka convention Photos:
unforgettable banquet dinner party. Since Photo 1 Book cover
Hideaki Sena is from Shizuoka Prefecture, it is Photo 2 Curlicue
possible that he may have been familiar with this Photo 3 Postcard folding Monkey
aquarium from a young age.ln this novel, the Photo 4 Shizuoka convention banquet dinner at
"blue sky" in the title is also an important Toyo University Maritime Museum
keyword. As I read the book I imagined the view
from the Miho training hall (the Shizuoka (Page 18) Here We Are, THE ORRRIGAMI
conventon venue) n the immediate vicinity of TANTEIDAN
the aquarium, a blue sky visible from the front Drana "Origami no Majo to Hakase no
door, and a figure of an elegant soaring Black Kite Sikakui Jikan" (Square Days of Origami
bird of prey. Witch and Doctor Orizuru) By Kaito Nagaya
<Related Projects>
Currently, Hideaki Sena is developing n
collaboration with Origami House a plan to Kaito Nagaya - Born in 1997 in Shimane
publish on lnternet the origami insructions of prefecture. Third year at Tokyo University
the models which appears in the novel. Also, Engineering department. Vice President of
thanks to this book, we will have the pleasure of origami group Orist in 2016 and president in
a special lecture on the second day (Saturday,
August 12,2017)of the Summer Origami
Tanteidan Convention at Tokyo University. Well, Trivia 1: Dr. Orizuru (Mr. Takito) practiced origami
what did Hldeaki Sena discoer with oriomi? I
without rest during the shooting period.
am very much looking forward to t. Trivia 2:The total time required to shoot 4
episodes and t hour of drama was 5 days.
The origami world of Hideaki Sena "Kono aoi sora
de kimiwo tsutsumou" (Let's hold you in this ln March of this year, the drama "Square Days of
b ue sky) http://www.sena h idea ga mi/
OrigamiWitch and Doctor " on the theme of
Note 1 Mitochondria: lt is an organelle of a origami at NHK Educational TV was aired. lt is a
series of 15 minutes divided into 4 stories of Dr. skill at a "doctoral" level in a short period of time
Orizuru uses the power of origamiwho helps (Photo 2, 3. At the end ofthe shooting, I asked
people troubled by the miscl-riefs caused by the M. Taki to fold a Papillon by Maekawa, which he
witch of origami. s I hear about such a folded up beautifully, so lexchanged with my
description, I imagine it as just a drama for Chameleon). As I talked to the staff later, Mr.
children, but it is quite amazing when I watched Takito is well-known for being extremely
it. "Oh, the origami by the origami witch, it is not enthusiastic when playing a role.
c.omplex enough?" "Wow,l think I have recognize Also, I was impressed by the wisdom of Kozumi
this origami Papillon Dog from somewhere..." Tsunoyoshiwho played the role of a young boy
"Ooh, there are lots of models that I believe I can called Noboru. During his act, he understood
recognize lined up in the Doctor' s room...? " exactly what was beig asked of him, and during
It is no wonder, the face of the witch (Photo 1 ) is the break time he talked about his elementary
a model created by Takafumi Matsuo who is school and what he thinks about it. I could ndt
actve in a wide range of fields such as designer imagine that such an intelligent boy was just a
of talent and face folding, the Papillon is a first grader.
familiar creation by Jun Maekawa, and most of
the models lined up in the room with are models The shooting location was a log house in the
of Toshikazu Kawasaki and Jun Maekawa (l also suburb of Tokyo in mid-February. On the first
contributed with a few models of my own too). day, I was cold as I was not careful to check what
Yes, many origami creators had been involved in kind of place it was and did not wear properly.
the production of this program! "Todome" is an However, it was a location full of nature, so with a
information section in the middle of the camera in hand, I had a very fulfilling time going
program. Mr. Maekawa himself appeared for a walk in the nearby trees.
suddenly. Moreover, he does talk about design Total of 4 episodes of 1 5 minutes each for a total
theory! "Ori Witch" is not just a drama for kidi, " for an hour which was compressed from 5 days
Adults and Children can enjoy" "Understanding that it took to shoot the various scenes!
Modern Origami is Deepened" And furthermore, Considering the opening and ending, it t<lok over
"convincing for the origami maniacs too," it is a a day to make a video of less than 15 mnutes.
dense and fully utilizing 15 minutes framework And after editing the huge quantity of videos
origamidrama. that was shot in that way, a rich "origami time"
was created which would satisfy everyone who
Well, this time, I was also honored to be involved would see it, from children to adults, origami
with ths program in the role of "origami coach". beginners to maniacs.
The job responsibilities include being present at Something particularly special and awesome
the location of the shooting and advising origami about this program is the fact that instructons
models folded in the program by Kenichl Takito and commentaries on how to fold the models
acting Dr. Orizuru, display methods of models that appeared during the program was made
lined up in the doctor's room and clear board available on the homepage
Crease Patterns, checking the correct (http://www4. n h k.orj p/o riga m i/). I th in k it is
mathematical expression, etc. significant to spread the experience of folding
Because Mr. Takito is a doctor of origami, we origami for those who are not familiar with tl"re
expect him to be able to fold origami skillfully origami world. I was happy to see the tweets on
and beautifully. I was worried about what wuld Twitter, as I got a lot of comments of those who
happen, but after meeting him I realized that it sad that would try the challenge of folding by
was a needless anxie. Mr. Takito always carries a checking the homepage.
pack with the origami, allowing him to practice Well, lastly, I would like to announce the decision
every moment that he has free time when the for the sequel of "Origami no Majo to Hakase no
camera is not recording. Surprisingly, even when sikakuijikan" (Square Days of origami witch and
the shooting is in progress, he practices over a doctor). Details are expected to be posted on the
hidden desk or on the knee that does not appear homepage as the date approaches, but it should
in the camera, making it possible to practice for be scheduled the Saturday of the last week week
30 seconds on an origami he was partially of the month at 10:45 PM, from September to
working on. Even after going back home it seems March, to be broadcasted at NHK Education W.
like he was practicing by teaching his wife or Also, it looks like a mini project of about 5
child. The improvement of his folding skills was minutes will be scheduled just before the start of
very apparent, and he memorized how to fold the broadcast. Please check it! So, next time,
quickly, so he taught on the spot the other cast what kind of models will be included? What kind
performers. I read on the lnternet an impression of characters are going to appear and what kind
of the various people of this program, "it was of drama will unfold? I am also very excited
wonderful to see the cast performers enioying because I have not seen it yet.
folding origami together"'are wonderfui! ' Finally, for those who missed it, episode 4 will be
Although I saw this actual scene, I believe it is a rebroadcasted on July 29 (Sat) 10:45 PM, so
gift of Mr. Takito's efforts to master the origami please check it up too.
Photo 1: Home page which is made of two types of diamonds. Playing
Photo 2:Dr.Orizuru' s room, decorated with with it by dividing into isosceles triangles, th
models by Maekawa and Kawasaki pattern suddenly appeared to be an orgami
Photo 3: The Origami Witch (creation and folded crease pattern. lt meets the conditions of the
by Matsuo Takashi). Mr. Onoe Kikunosuke, kabuki Kawasaki theorem. Although at first glance, it
actor, voice artist appears like it would not lie flat, but as I folded, it
Photo 4: Dr. Orizuru (Mr. Kenichi Taki) became something like a Starfish. This had been
my only creative work, which generated interest
by some people. ln addition, the Connected
(Page 36) Orisuzi ( "Fold Creases" ) Cranes posted by NamiNami on Twitter
Viewpoints on Origami and Geometrical reminded of a Penrose tile pattern.lthink many
lhapes Changed through Folding people was very surprised, that I requested for,
By Junichi Miyoshi and NamiNami did indeed fold a Penrose tile
connected cranes.
I like geometric figures and I like repeating
I have the Cross "Shuriken" quadrature problem
patterns. I am one of the organizers of the puzzle
in my holding as my trademark routine.
association. Although my main busness is a Sometimes t s easy to calculate the area by
manager of a maker, I am also a "weekend" dividing the shape conveniently. But when I saw
mathematician doing mathematics as a hobby, the division line that Houkitate suggested on
and so I go around announcing various events. Twitter, it did look like an origami work. lt did
I've been participating in the origamiscience, look promising. When I folded the orgami, the
mathematics and education research group auxiliary line appeared. lt is like a dimension
meeting almost continuously since around 2013. where a puzzle is solved without understanding
During the 20th research group meetng,l it. Mr. Kawashima, I understand now when you
presented "Calculation of the center of gravity of
say that it is actually easy to fold with the hlp of
origami." NamiNami and Saku. I presented on Sundiiy at
I like graphics, so when I look and draw graphics,
the Mathematcs Socety, which was very
time goes by too quickly. Occasionally, the popular. The mechanism that a puzzle can be
familiar graphics may look different from before, resolved with origami may be applicable to other
and in such case a new pattern or puzzle may be subjects too.
born. People wants to talk about anythng in case there
ln rare cases, an origami may look like a figure or is something interesting about it. From now on I
the figure may look like origami. There is would like to pursue unique routes.
geometric pattern that is known as Penrose tile

(Pagq 37) Origami-Zanmai (This Origami Society UOAS)had invited over 100 origami
and That) artists and researchers to conventions over the
#86 "Origami-gaku and Library" past two decades, or with regards to origam
By Seiji Nishikawa, JOAS board chair history, looking at the richness of origami
materials in Japan by opening one of the
This time, I received a request to put together a important reference material, the catalog of
book called "Origami-gaku" by a group who Tatsuno History and Culture Museum "Oru
mainly handles books for primary schools and Kokoro" (Folding Heart), it was a "high quality
public libraries. Originally, there was a problem" to be undecided about what to be
consultation to Makoto Yamaguchi, who based written in the initial 2 to 4 introductory pages.
on the content of the planning, did ask to work However, I am very happy to know that there are
on it and encouraged me "to do my best". The many people knowledge enough and experts in
project was about a creating a new title for the various subject who will be in the postion to
"xxx-gaku" (xxx Studies) series, following titles complement and introduce some of the missing
lke "Ayatori-gaku" (Cat's Cradle Studies), topics to new origami enthusiasts. Many
"Nazonzao-gaku" (Riddle Studies). That resu lted reference materials are mentioned in this book.
in one year of challenge was to determine what And all the reference materials are available in
topics to be included or excluded, considering the JOAS library. I hope you find it helpful ro
the vast wide of origami. At this point it is check out the materials at the JOAS library and
obvious to find out what was included by looking help us spread supplementing the information.
the content of the final book. However, in the During the compilation of this book, we received
eyes of the OrigamiTanteidan magazine readers, a lot of photos from the origami artists and
you might be intrigued by some missing topics. researchers, and along with the materials,
However, to identifu active origami artists in the providing us a lot of encouragement. I thank you
world, for example, the Japan Origami Academic all from the bottom of my heart.
(Page 39) Paper Folders on File Chairman of the society between 2012and2016.
File #69 - Mark Bolitho |n2004,1 helped coordinate the British Oriqami
lnterviewed by Marcio Noguchi Society exhibition at the Embassy of Japan in the
Mark Bolitho started origami at young age, UK. Then later as Chairman I helped to build a
become member of Brirish Origami scity (BOS) team to run the Society. Outside the day to day
in 1979 and continues to be active. From 2012 running of the Society, I organized a pan
and 2016, served as chairman. Currently part of European project, aimed at enhancing
the organizing committee of the next OSME collaboration amongst the European Origami
meeting in Oxford in the United Kingdom in Societies. This came together with the
201 8. publication of the book "Origami Europe" .
I remain an active member of the Society and still
When and how did you get started with origami?
help to coordinate the activities of members at
I was introduced to origamiat qute a young age
(around 8 years old) following a chance findin London events.
How do you describe your contributions to
of an origmi book at a localibrary. They
Origami, over the years?
stocked Robert Harbin' s "Secrets of Origami"
For the last twelve years I have worked full time
and Kunihiko Kasahara' s "Creative Origami" . ln
as an Origami artist. This has involved creating
the 1970s there were very few origami books models for marketing and advertising. However,
around and I soon started to develop my own
in addition to this I have been fortunate to work
models.ljoined the British Origami society (BOS)
on books and kits, and I have published more
in 1979 and have been a member ever since (for
than 20 Origami books, along with around 20 gift
more than 30 years). I now work full time as an
sets, mainly designed as themed collections.
Origami artist through my company
Between 2013 and 2016|worked with Hewlett
Creaselightning Limited.
Packard to produce a weekly origami instructon
What are your objectives in creating origami?
that HP customers could subscribe to. To do this
Much of ry wor(now is based arond eliverinq
Origami coinmissions for clients so much of this
- I developed an nstruction procedure that
combined standard step by step instructions, a
work has been driven by client requests.
crease pattern and an associated video. The aim
However, I have been fortunate to work with
was to make origami instructions more
publishers to produce instructional books and
accessible. lt was one of the most successful
subscription services and has now been replaced
I see an origami modelas having various
by a mobile app that I published in 2015.
qualities, the nal look, and the folding process
I am currently part of the organizing commttee
required to make it. A completed model should
of the next OSME meeting in Oxford in the
look good, but also be fun and interesting to fold.
United Kingdom in 2018.
My main interest is the technical folding process,
What are your thoughts of your role for the
although more recently I have started to explore
future of Origami.
using diflerent papers to achieve a better final
Although the BOS is 50 years old, it does seem to
model. The models I am most pleased with have
have a declining membership, especially
an elegant folding process and have a final clean
amongst younger folders. However, I would
streamlined look.
hope that there will always be an interest in
Can you describe your history with BOS?
conventions. The BOS is changing to align with
I became a member of the British Origami Society
the lnternet age and the Society now has a You
in 1979, so have been a member of the Society Tube channel and supports other social media.
for more than 30 years. For about ten years I
However, the challenge remains to convert the
helped run the Society, first as a general member,
army of lnternet fans to paying a subscription to
then secretary, and finally spent four years as
a society or attending an event.

(Page 40) Rabbit Ear lnformaton

Letter from readers

. Unfortunately, I was only able to watch
the last episode of Ogami drama on NHK. I wish
I knew about it prior, as I would have wanted to
watch it all. (K. Y.)
Editor: Because there are possibilities that the
drama might be rebroadcasted, we suggest that
you check their official website from time to time:
http://www4.n h k.orj p/ori ga m i/
. Motivated by the "Origami Sampo"
article I looked around my neighborhood to see if
I could find something origami related... So far,l
am yet to find anything. However, I enjoy much ATC cards should submit it in exchange of the
better my walks as I for seek origami related title card at the reception located on the main
items around the city. (M. T.) auditorium (planned to be set in the front row of
. lt was fun folding "Sakana lll" and play the auditorium). The exchange is scheduled to be
with ts action! (H.Y.) held on the 12th.
For participation via Mail, please see details on
11th Nagoya Orgami Tanteidan P.25 of this issue. Here is an extract of P.25:
conventon Next Origami ATC exchange meeting: Saturday,
The dates for the 1 1th Nagoya Origami Tanteidan August 12,2017. Participation via snail mail must
convention was defined. Details and application arrive before or on Thursday, August 3.
form will be distributed in the next issu.
Dates: November 18 (Sat) - 19 (Sun), 2017 Rules:
Location:Nagoya University of the Arts
. Size: 2.5 x 3.5 inches (64 x 89 mm).
. lt must contain at least one origami
23rd Origami Tanteidan Convention (Last element
. Since standard mailing will be used, the
thickness should be limited to 8 mm or less.
The schedule for the three days of the . Theme: None (free)
convention is as follows (note that this schedule
is still subject of changes).
. On the back of the card, write the title of
the card, name of the creator of the card, name
Friday, August 11 of origami models used, creators or the origami
Special lecture (free) models or reference to pu blications. lf possr-ble,
13:30 - 17:00 you should also include the creation date, serial
Scheduled speakers: Beth Johnson (lssei Yoshino number, concept.
lssei Fund special guest), Mark Bolitho (lssei
Application method:
Yoshino lssei Fund special guest)
X Registration will start after the end of the
. Create 3 Origami ATC cards (one set,
limit: 3 sets), enclose a self-addressed envelope
with 82-yen stamp (domestic fare in Japan), and
August 12 (Saturday) address it to Origami House.
Origami classes . banquet dinner . For the reply envelope (one per set), use
09:00 - Registration begins a "Nagagata" envelope no. 3 (1 20 x 235 mm) or
10:00 - Class ticketing begins equivalent.
10: 30 - General Assembly, Hideaki Sena Special
Lecture Makoto Yamaguchi reGognized at
12: 00 - 13: 10 Lunch-break
OrigamiUSA for the 3rd time
13: 10 17: 00 Origami classes
On Saturday, June 23rd, 2017, Makoto
18: 00 - 21: 00 Banquet Dinner (Applicants only)
Yamaguchi was recognized at the annual
August 13 (Sunday) meetng held at the OrigamiUSA (OUSA)
09: 00 - Registration begins, class ticketing Convention Center. This is the third recognition,
begins in addition to the ones in 2004, when he was
10: 40 - Origami classes
awarded Life Membership for his contribution to
12:30 1 3: 50 Lunch-break
the OrigamiUSA activities, as well in 2014 when
13: 50 - 16: 20 Origami classes
he was honored for the 21 consecutive
16: 30 - General. Assembly . Presentation of particpations at the conventon.
contest results Origami Auction
Everyyear, at the end of the annual meeting, the
awards ceremony takes place recognizing those
Call for Origami class teachers
who contributed to the spread the joy of origami
We are looking for teachers for Origami classes.
Registration for teachers will be accepted until and OUSA actvities. This year, at the end of the
August 3 (Thursday), so if you wish, please apply announcements of the award, the name of
by sending us a form or via email. The form can Makoto Yamaguchiwas called, and I was asked
be downloaded from the Convention Site: for a speech.
Because he was not prepared, Makoto
http://ori ga m i.g r.j p/Convention/23 rdli ndex.htm I
Yamaguchi' s speech was not as fluent. But he
To apply by sn-mail, fill in necessary information talked how significant was the participation at
(full name, model name, creator, time required,
the OrigamiUSA conventions, while choosing the
complexity level, etc.) in the application form and words one by one to deliver a speech to the
send it to webman@origami.grjp together with a conference participants. At the end, a hug
photograph of the model.
clapping was heard, first the board members of
Origami ATC exhibition and Exchange OrigamiUSA who were stting in front, followed
Origami ATC card exhibition and Exchange is also by the audience who stood up one after another,
planed for this year. No theme was defied, so it making it a standing ovation. Then, the
is free. Those who wish to display the Origami CEO/president Wendy Zeichner presented a
plaque which read "OrigamiUSA offers its sincere equipment borrowed from JOAS, we also
gratitude to Makoto Yamaguchi" together with a broadcasted the class over the lnternet. We hope
big gift box. The box contalned a hat and jacket to continue introducing new programs although
embroidered with the OrigamiUSA logo mark, some aspe<ts of trial and error might be needed.
and had a card with comments by cloie friends, The overall schedule was also popular as this year
and board members. we allocated 60 minutes for the class and breks
The journey to NY with a time difference of 13 of 20 minutes. The response was also positive in
hours and a one-way flight time of 12 hours is the survey, which is what we wanted as a way to
never easy, and even more for Makoto make an improvement for the fact that,
Yamaguchiwho is now 73-years-old. During his considering the weather conditions, participants
speech, he mentioned that "coming to the do get tired during the convention.
convention next year may be difcult", to which We would like to express our gratitude to JOAS
many of the friends immediately shouted "Please, board members, the Origami House office for
do come again!" Makoto Yamaguchi replied that their cooperation and to Associate Professor
he willtry his best. Toshihiro Shoda of Saga University for arranging
(Note from the editor: related photos on page 22) the venue and furniture this year. Thank you for
Photo: Wendy Zeichner presents the plaque to the 1 17 participants from Japan and overseas. All
Makoto Yamaguchiduring the standing ovation the staff members will be looking forward to
seeing you next year in Kyushu.
7th Kyushu Origami Tanteidan conventon (Note from the Editor: related photos on page 24)
report Photo: Chris Palmer and his lecture on Origami
By Miyuki Kawamura cloth dyeing and specialclass by Miyuki
The 7th Kyushu OrigamiTanteidan convention of Kawamura celebrating 100 meetings of Kyushu
this year took place from May 27th (Saturday) to Tomonokaigroup
28th (Sunday)for 2 days, and the venue was at
Saga University education department as Orist May Festival Exhibition Report
previous year. The lecture by Chris Palmer (USA), Younq Creator Studv Grouo
the overseas special guest, talked about dyeing On Ma-y 20th and 21st,'the Oriljami Group Orist of
finished items'of tesllated origami mad of
- the Tokyo University of held the "Origami Art
cloth, and the technique te-dying. Several Museum '17 in Hongo" at the May Festival, Tokyo
items such as shawls and scarves were exhibited University Hongo campus. This is a report of that
demonstrating the results. Also, a class was given event.
based on the actual procedures ofthese Three volunteers attended the tour before the
techniques. We also saw a cardstock thick paper study meeting on the 21st. There was time
on which a regular polygon would be drawn and allocated around noon, when we have a long
a hole punched at the intersection points, which queue going all the way to the outside of the
was popular each time. A total of 22 Koreans, building. lt was a great success so some people
including children, participated, giving 8 hours of took about 20 minutes to enter the room. W
classes, which were also very popular.- news also came to record the event.
During the annual OrigamiATC exchange The exhibition room was slightly smaller than the
meetin, 25 people - which was the limit of usual, about half of it was an exhibition space,
participants participated with the theme the rest was arranged as a class space. ln the class
"House". We got together before lunch time of space, club members taught visitors models from
the second day, we took a group photo after origami books. There were many children too.
each one introduced their cards. For the free The exhibition featured not only complex models
theme exchange, there were a total of 54 entries, but also categories such as tessellations. There
the largest number ever, and ATC cards were also was also an exhibition space for the "Horse"
exchanged independently around the venue. 92 theme, on which a large "Horse 1.1" by Satoshi
people participated at the dinner banquet at Kamiya folded from a 4m x 4m square was
hotel Chiyoda-kan. This year, additional liquor exhibited.
was available for a fee. There was no big Orist is also planning an exhibit at Komaba in
confusion during the event and cheers could be November. I curious to see what changes will be
heard each time participants and staffwere added to the exhibition after six months.
introduced, making it was a fun time with a lot of Photos:
laughter and applause. Right-Top: "Helicoprion" by Nishio Kkuchi
The Kyushu "Tomonokai" friend' s association, Right-Center: "Saddle curve inside cube" by
which was established in March 2008, has just Nishio Kikuchi
celebrated 100 meetings in May. During this Right-Bottom: "Dankle Osteus" by Higashi
convention, we conducted a general class at the Katsukawa
large lecture hall on Sunday morning as a Left: Over-sized "Horse 1.1" by Satoshi Kamiya
celebration of that achievement. Usihg the Middle: "Hippocampos" by Koji Takiguchi