COCHAE finger doll handckerchief | Dog White
- Code : 60064-102
- Dimensions : 35 x 35 cm (13.8″ x 13.8″).
- Weight : 33 g.
- Material : 100% Cotton
- Made in Japan.
Taneji Nakajima tribute COCHAE finger doll handckerchief
Taneji Nakajima, the pioneer of origami zaiku, was based in Kyoto Shimogamo before the war. “Kawaii Origami E which is graphic origami made in 1928 (published by Gohachi), is supervised by Taneji. It becomes a gauze handkerchief, which is a reproduction by modern origami designer COCHAE.
You can fold it into a finger doll. It becomes a communication tool between parents and their children. It's also good for gifts.
Graphic design unit COCHAE (Miki Takeda and Yousuke Jikuhara) work on the theme of “design of play E
In 2003, in the classic world of origami, they produced graphic origami identified with the key words “origami is more pop! Ebr> Currently, they are conducting a wide range of design activities including designing with a new viewpoint, the development of toys, and a workshop at a museum.
Taneji Nakajima is a pioneer of origami writing, origami-zaiku, and drawing origami.
The trade name is Kamo-origami; Kamo was the head of a school that promoted origami, based in Kyoto Shimogamo since the Taisho era.
His books are as follows: Oribina-zaiku Tehodoki (1932), Shukou-Kyozai: Origami-zaiku (1936), and Origami-zaiku (1938).