Review 6: Hokusai Prints Origami Paper

29 Sep

Tuttle Publishers has given two sets of origami papers with ukiyoe prints to review.

(You can read all of the reviews on my blog by going to my ““Reviews & Giveaways” page).

One set has prints by Hiroshige and a set by Hokusai.

The publishers have kindly agreed to give (given) a set of each free to one random visitor to my blog!

To enter the drawing for the “Origami Paper: Hiroshige Prints“, click here.

The set that I’m writing about on this post is “Origami Paper: Hokusai Prints“.


This set is similar to the other set except the papers are larger (these are 8 ¼ inches), and the prints are by the ukiyoe master Hokusai who has painted the famous “Great Wave near Kanagawa” ukiyoe print.

You can buy “Origami Paper: Hokusai Printshere.

But, as I said above, Tuttle Publishers is going to give (gave) one free set of this origami paper to a random visitor to my blog!

To enter in the drawing, simply submit this form by 2014 October 11th:

***** Updated October 11th, 2014 *****

This special promo ended on 2014 October 11th. One random winner was selected and contacted directly by Tuttle Publishers (via email) with the details about the free origami set.

Thank you to all who entered, but only the winner was contacted.

5 Responses to “Review 6: Hokusai Prints Origami Paper”

  1. tokyo5 October 10, 2014 at 4:24 pm #

    Tomorrow is the deadline to enter the drawing for this origami set!


  2. CrazyChineseFamily October 2, 2014 at 6:53 pm #

    I saw in a Germany supermarket something similar. I doubt it was any good qualtiy as it cost only few Euros and it looked really cheap but it was interesting to see that these kind of products are also available here in Germany 🙂


    • tokyo5 October 3, 2014 at 8:25 am #

      Is Japanese culture popular in Germany?


      • CrazyChineseFamily October 3, 2014 at 4:04 pm #

        I can’t really say it is popular but I think that from all Asian cueople the japanese re the most well liked in Germany. It might be due to the fact that Germans like hard working people with manners and this is what they learn from TV about Japan.
        The origami book/ set is not that uncommon in Europe anymore. Many students even learn few things about origami during school time and there have been even extra clubs for origami during my early high school years (high school starts in grade five here)


      • tokyo5 October 3, 2014 at 4:16 pm #

        A school origami club?


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