How Do You Make Japanese Boy Paper Dolls?
The Japanese culture is something different from everything in our world. Their traditions and their manners are different from any other countries. When I travelled to Japan I had to by Japan’s specific goods. You may click here if you would like to find more about their looks. It is really nice to travel in a country where you change your daily outfit and join the country’s atmosphere. Japan is famous because of its traditions and manners. I would definitely go there again.
Introduce children to Japanese culture through the art of paper folding, or origami. On Doll Festival Day, or “Hinamatsuri,” celebrated every March 3, families display emperor and empress dolls on an altar decorated with peach blossoms, as a way of wishing health and happiness to the young people in their lives, according to the Kyoto National Museum. Substitute paper origami dolls for elaborate “hina” dolls, and make the project appeal to boys by allowing them to fold and decorate male emperor paper dolls. Place the origami paper on your work surface with the colored side down. Bring the bottom right corner up to meet the upper left corner and crease along the diagonal. Open the paper and position it in a diamond shape, white side up. Fold the top and bottom corners in to the center crease. Flip over the resulting kite shape and fold the top and bottom corners in to the center crease from this side. Turn the folded point up. You should now have a diamond shape with the folded, white s