Japanese diplomat’s origami cranes win over internet users


Sometimes simplicity is all you need to earn on the internet. And the clips posted by the Japanese Consul General in Seattle, Hisao Inagaki, are proof of that. A project started in August last year, Inagaki makes origami cranes and shows off their designs with the same message every day – that of wishing health and peace for the world. He has manufactured 357 cranes so far.

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While there isn’t any “extraordinary” quality in the clips, the videos went viral when a Twitter user shared the Consul General’s profile online. The mundane nature of the clips has won over netizens who now also share anecdotes and other interesting details about the art of origami.

His users wait diligently for the day he finishes this project and often wonder in the comments what he plans to do with all the origami cranes. Tension has built among fans as he draws closer to his 365e crane.

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For the uninitiated, origami is the art of paper folding often associated with Japanese culture. A person usually starts with a flat square sheet of paper and creates a finished sculpture through folding and sculpting techniques. Most origami practitioners do not recommend the use of glue, pastes, and cuts.

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