Welcome to Taro’s Origami Studio!

Taro’s Origami Studio is a space dedicated to the art and expression of origami folding. By folding origami one at a time with focus and care, one can enjoy the beauty of process itself while your creativity is expressed from a sheet of paper to something completely new. Taro’s Origami Studio offers Drop in & try out corners, classes, summer camp, party space rentals, group arrangement, and workshops for all levels of children and adults.

Featured Origami Set – Book, Origami Paper, and a FREE Video Lesson(NEW

animal-origami-kit- Animal Origami Set — Book, Origami Paper, and a FREE Video Lesson

Set Price: $17.95
+Free Video Lesson

 

Origami 365 Set — Book, Origami Paper, and a FREE Video Lesson

Set Price: $24.95
+Free Video Lesson

 

Taro’s Origami Store

We are the Best of New York 2012 “Best Crafts” by New York Magazine!

 Could there be a better match of neighborhood and business than Park Slope’s new origami studio? Taro’s is a soothing, light-filled, ­second-floor atelier completely devoted to the Japanese art of paper-folding, with materials displayed by color on the walls. The better for concentrating; it’s amazing how quietly busy kids get at the work tables. Creations here range from simple (a frog) to rococo (a dragon) and are taught via computer tablets that walk little fingers through each step while staffers check on their progress. Private and group classes are available, but plenty of customers drop in, too. (Taro’s charges $10 for a half-hour and three sheets of origami paper. You can also schedule a two-hour, fifteen-person birthday party for $450.)”Taro’s Origami Studio95 Seventh Ave., nr. Union St., Park Slope; 718-360-5435; tarosorigami.com

Taro’s featured in New York Times


The New York Times featured Taro’s Origami Studio in its August 23, 2012 Sunday issue.
The article, written by Times’ staff writer DANIEL KRIEGER, detailed the advantages of our new origami teaching method.

You can read the article on the New York Times Web site.

Taro’s featured in WABC Eye Witness News

Come and see us at the studio!

Above picture: Our instructor Ben in his private lesson.