By Peter Engel
10 steps or less—that's all you'll have to examine 26 extraordinary origami folds with 10-Fold Origami.
A thoroughly unique tackle a really well known vintage topic, 10-Fold Origami from popular origami artist Peter Engel, positive factors appealing images and easy-to-follow illustrations for 26 wide-ranging origami versions. From the vintage pinwheel and sailboat to the extra adventurous high-heeled shoe and bat, this publication makes a superb present for folders of all degrees.
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Extra resources for 10-Fold Origami: Fabulous Paperfolds You Can Make in Just 10 Steps!
These noren, hung at shops of all sorts, often display the name of the business and signify that the establishment is open. In the case of the bathhouse, the curtain usually has the word “yu” written either in the Chinese character or in the hiragana script. Yu means “hot water” or “bath” (except in menus at Chinese restaurants, where it means “soup”). ” Originally, furoya designated steam baths whereas yuya meant a hot water bath. During the Edo period, however, people began using the terms interchangeably as they do today.
Book Page 54 Friday, January 25, 2002 3:47 PM 54 Bathing in the Modern Era Table 2. Decline of the Public Bathhouse Year Number 1960 1965 1970 1975 1980 1985 21,802 21,961 21,242 17,559 15,172 13,256 Source: Statistics Bureau (1987:618). cent. This decline in the number of sentò is related to the increase in the number of baths in homes, of course, both of which have consequences for relationships in the family and in the community. These consequences will be discussed later. Other “Public” Baths Before looking at the development of the private bath, other forms of “public” bathing should be reviewed.
Occasionally the mats are of natural materials such as reeds that would have been common in the past; more often they are made from plastics that imitate the natural materials. These mats reflect regional preferences: in this part of Japan, mats placed on bamboo floors kept the house cooler than the solid-wood flooring found in homes in colder areas of Japan. In fact, many of the architectural differences of bathhouses are probably correlated to regional building variations. In the Osaka region, noted for its technological and industrial innovations, each facility has a number of different types of bath.
10-Fold Origami: Fabulous Paperfolds You Can Make in Just 10 Steps! by Peter Engel