Nori Origami


Nori Origami

 
Many people are familiar with nori as dried sheets of seaweed that are used to make sushi or can be eaten as a stand-alone snack. Given that you can buy nori as square sheets from your local Asian grocery store, it doesn’t take much for people to get creative and make nori origami.  Accomplished (and patient) origami enthusiasts can fold nori into various shapes like cranes and shirts.
[Photos from: Nori cranes from Pinterest; origami cranes by Christina and Robert; and Nori Shirt by YouTuber Jennifer Mac]
Nori Origami Crane

Nori Origami Shirt



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