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.
This holiday season, Frank and Jeff traveled across the Hudson to entertain guests at a Mitsubishi Group holiday party in New Jersey. Taro’s artists were able to come up with Mitsubishi’s signature logo on the spot, and taught it to the… Read more
This holiday season in 2016, Taro’s origami artists appeared at numerous David Yurman locations across the U.S., folding stars for their guests. King of Prussia mall, Philadelphia, PA – Origami Artist: Taro In International Plaza and Bay Street Mall, Tampa, FL… Read more
Ben is an origami expert who has been folding since the age of 5, when his mother gave him a dinosaur origami book. Today, with over 25 years of teaching experience, Ben has instructed everyone from infants to grandparents in the ancient art.
Ever since his grandfather folded a frog from a dollar bill, Frank Ling has had a fascination with the art of paper folding. Largely self-taught, Frank started folding at the age of five. In 2012, he began working as an instructor at… Read more
The first time Mandy saw origami was when she was 4; her mother made her a paper shirt out of a piece of Chinese daily calendar paper. At 8, her friend made a simple origami frog. That’s when she started… Read more
Taro Yaguchi gave an origami folding performance during the United Nation’s Peace Day Concert 2016 at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, Philadelphia, PA, using oversized 48″x 48″ white paper. He conducted the performance during an intermission of the concert in the… Read more
This Labor Day weekend the Taro’s Origami Staff is off to Texas, LA, and NJ to make enormous shoes! Taro made some wonderful designs. Our giant origami high heels, sneakers and booties will stay up during “For The Love of… Read more
As part of T.J.Maxx‘s #MaxxLifeLessons campaign to raise support and encouragement for women who are working to make dreams reality, it made a Twitter commercial using origami and stop-motion animation. Frank, one of our Brooklyn artists, created and animated all of the dollar bill… Read more
Taro’s has made more than 100 high heels for a shopping mall’s shoes sales campaign last month. I have a #LoveOfShoes and big sales! LIVE #origami art creation today and tomorrow @shopgrapevine pic.twitter.com/YGLjXCAY91 — Coupon Crazy Mommy (@CouponCrazyMa) 2016年9月2日 Stop… Read more