In Japan, Origami is an integral part of growing up, deeply ingrained into daily life, and a form of self-expression as much as it is a revered form of art.
We, at KAMI, hold a reverence for Origami.
Being able to transform a flat sheet of paper into a 3-dimensional form, using only hands, seems almost magical.
Origami is not just fun and pretty looking, research shows that it helps us focus, relaxation, and builds muscle memory.
Origami is commonly used as art therapy for good reasons and it is one of the best activities for developing children's cognitive and fine motor skills.