The description of New Simple Origami
DEVELOPMENTS art of paper folding (ORIGAMI)
Origami turned out to have a history and origins long. Who does not know origami. Art of paper folding is very popular in this cherry country, referring to the art of folding paper into a particular shape or picture. The shape in question can be animals, plants, or specific objects.
Origami can use different types of paper forms. Can also use white or colored paper, others even provide color when the final form of origami was successfully created. However, there are also some purist (the name for pengamal origami) which imposes stringent conditions on origami, among others:
Only a square shaped paper used
Scissors, glue, and stationery are not used at all
Origami is believed to have existed since the paper was first used, namely in the first century China. Precisely in 105 AD by Ts'ai Lun.
Early examples of origami that comes from China, among others barge China and boxes. In the sixth century, the way of making paper was then taken to Spain by the Arabs and to Japan (610) by a sami Buddha named Dokyo which is also the personal doctor of Queen Shotoku.
Traditional Japanese Origami trip
In Japan, Origami is believed to have existed since the Heian Period (741-1191) among the sami Shinto as a cover bottle of sake (rice wine) during the worship ceremony, women and children. At that time still known as origami orikata, orisui or orimono.
At that time the paper using a knife cutting is allowed. Shape known in the Kamakura period (1185-1333) is Noshi. Noshi Noshi is short-Awabi, that the oyster meat dried lime and is considered a special dish of the Japanese people. Noshi considered a good luck to anyone who receives it.
Since the Muromachi Period (1338-1573) use a knife to cut the paper has been terminated. Origami evolved into a way of separating the upper classes of society and lower classes. Samurai followed the teachings of Ise while ordinary people to follow the teachings of Ogasawara.
In the development of origami has become so synonymous with Japanese culture, which is inherited from generation to generation from time to time. Origami mainly developed using the original Japanese paper called Washi.
Currently origami has become inseparable from the culture of the Japanese people. Especially in the Shinto ceremonies keugamaan which was maintained until now.
In the tradition of Shinto, rectangular paper cut and folded into a symbolic emblem of the Gods and hanged in Kotai Jingu (Great Temple Imperial) in Ise for worship. In Shinto marriage ceremony, the paper forming male butterflies (o-cho) and rama rama females (me-cho) using the principle of water bombs "water bomb", wrap the bottle of sake (rice wine) as a symbol of the groom and female. In addition Origami also be used for other religious ceremonies. In mulaannya Origami only taught orally. Written guidelines to make origami known to exist in the book Senbazuru Orikata (How to Fold A Thousand Birds Study / Orizuru)) in 1797.
When that origami is still recognizable as orikata. This book is considered the world's oldest Origami book and contains 49 REN-Zuru (Study hooked) and KYO-KA (short funny poems). Author named AKISATO Rito who gather together Gido models KYO-KA and publish it as Senbazuru Orikata.
In the same year a treatise titled "Chushingura Orikata" which contains the human form folds succession issued by the same author. In 1850 a manuscript published another article entitled Kayaragusa. This text contains two parts origami, namely rehlah and religious. Most of them are contained in the origami models Chushingura Orikata.
In the 1819 book "Blink of an eye to produce paper birds" shows how birds are produced from paper. Then in 1845 a full set of Japanese tradition folded forms were written and published in the book Kan no mado. It contains approximately 150 examples of origami, including models of frogs.
In 1880 the art of paper folding it started people with Origami.