Question: Which country is famous for origami?

Many studies assert that origami was invented by the Japanese about a thousand years ago, but its roots may well be in China.

The origami crane is probably the most well-known origami model in existence. The story of a thousand cranes is popular in Japan and around the world.

What country is associated with origami?

The word origami originates from two words ori meaning “folding” and kami meaning “paper.” From these two words, origami can be defined as the practice of folding paper. Origami is mostly associated with the Japanese culture, although its origins can also be traced to some parts of Europe and China.

The work of 20th century Japanese paper artist Akira Yoshizawa widely popularized the Japanese word origami; however, in China and other Chinese-speaking areas, the art is referred to by the Chinese name, zhezhi....Chinese paper folding.ZhezhiChinese摺紙showTranscriptions3 more rows

Who brought origami to Japan?

Japanese origami began sometime after Buddhist monks from China carried paper to Japan during the 6th century. The monks recorded their use of Zhezhi as early as 200AD.

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