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Tip: Papers I usually buy on Ebay or Origami Shop. Japanese books I tend to buy from CDJapan. The origin of the “original” Sonobe module is somewhat unknown, but two Japanese Origamists seem to be associated with it: Mitsunobu Sonobe and Toshie Takahama. It was first mentioned in a book by Mitsunobu Sonobe in 1968, …

Tip: Papers I usually buy on Ebay or Origami Shop. Japanese books I tend to buy from CDJapan. The origin of the “original” Sonobe module is somewhat unknown, but two Japanese Origamists seem to be associated with it: Mitsunobu Sonobe and Toshie Takahama. It was first mentioned in a book by Mitsunobu Sonobe in 1968, …

Origami-A-Go-Go: folding fun for kids - Kids - Time Out Melbourne

Origami-A-Go-Go: folding fun for kids - Kids - Time Out Melbourne