Museum and art space to introduce and propagate the world of origami, the Japanese art of paper folding that has gained a considerable following abroad. The museum is managed by Yushima no Kobayashi Inc., a specialist paper dying company established in 1858 (you can see the paper being dyed on the 4rh floor). The museum also has a shop where you can buy paper and other products related to origami.

Directions

A 5-minute walk north of Ochanomizu Station

Opening Hours

9:30 to 18:00. Closed on Sunday.

Admission

FREE

Website (Japanese only)

https://www.origamikaikan.co.jp/

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