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The Best Place to Learn Origami! Taro’s Origami StudioNEW

The Best Place to Learn Origami! Taro’s Origami Studio
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Date: Tuesday, 5 December, 2023       Time: All Day
Taro's Origami Studio Japan Village, Brooklyn, NY
934 3rd Ave, 2nd Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11232
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Taro’s Origami Studio, the first origami studio in United States, it thrilled to announce the re-opening of its flagship store in the Japan Village neighborhood of Industry City Brooklyn. The studio, located on the second floor of the industrial complex for food, shops, and art, will provide the greater New York City Area with origami items and services, including authentic Japanese paper, hard-to-find origami diagram books, a dedicated space for birthday parties, a rotating display of amazing origami models, and lessons on the ancient art of paper folding for people of all ages.

Origami Experiences in the Studio
At Taro’s Origami Studio, we have an origami experience activity for customers. Please make a reservation before you come. For 30 minutes self-guided experience, with our tablet software that will assist you with each step of the folding process, we’ve created a unique folding experience for kids (and adults) who want to try out origami.

Take advantage of our growing library of origami books and fold any model suitable for your level! Recommended for experienced folders.

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