Last week, the Taro’s Origami Staff in Oakland, California went down the street to visit and teach an origami workshop for about 50 people at the Rockridge Public Library.
Workshops Outside the Studio
This weekend in Manhattan, Frank Ling of Taro’s Origami Studio helped run an origami booth at a Google pop-up store in recognition of the Pixel 2 phone.
Taro’s Origami Studio was on set yesterday for the filming of an episode of the “Untitled Action Bronson Show” tv show at the Vice Studio in Brooklyn NY.
For this holiday season, Taro Yaguchi was invited to share his skill in Origata, the Japanese art of gift wrapping, at the Lower Manhattan flagship Byredo store.
During the holiday season, Nomura Securities in Manhattan New York wanted a way to treat their employees to something special, so they hired Taro’s Origami Studio for some unique entertainment.
Last week, The Taro’s Origami staff in Oakland CA, visited the offices of UDemy, an on-line learning platform, and taught some origami models as a part their staff wellness campaign.
Taro’s Origami Studio was asked to take part in a recent Martha Stewart weddings event in Midtown Manhattan.
Taro’s Origami Studio offers a wide variety of services, but one of the best is simply hiring them to teach some origami, which is exactly what Workday did.
This week, Taro’s Origami Studio in Oakland California entertained guests at the downtown San Francisco Hilton
The Monmouth County Mental Health Association brought in Taro’s Origami Studio for a relaxing night of folding origami butterflies.
WIllis Towers Watson, a global advisory, broking,and solutions company was looking for a fun staff activity, so they called Taro’s Origami Studio for a class.
Taro’s Origami Studio was asked recently to create an origami display and folding booth experience for the Spanish handmade porcelain company Lladró.
Recently, the Taro’s Origami Oakland team was asked to design and teach some origami models over at the AirBnB corporate headquarters in San Francisco
As a part of the activities provided by Oracle during the Oracle OpenWorld Convention, Taro’s Origami Studio setup an origami station to help people learn something new and relax.
In the summer of 2015 Taro’s Origami Studio flew to Catalina Island off the coast of Los Angeles to fold giant origami models for an enormous Bud Light party.
For the Second year in a row, Taro’s Origami Studio in Oakland provided origami tablets and teaching instructions for a prospective employee event.
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…
On December 8, 2016, Taro’s was at Neiman Marcus for a holiday event in St. Louis, MO. For this event we folded origami models on demand for guests.
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…
This September, over four weekends, Taro’s origami artists appeared at David Yurman locations around the U.S., folding jewelry boxes for their guests. In Los Angeles: In NYC at Bloomingdale’s 59th: And finally, at the King of Prussia Mall in King…
Taro’s Origami Studio contributed an origami peace dove panel art to the Harmony for Peace concert 2016 held at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts in Center City Philadelphia, PA on September 17, 2016. This concert commemorated the United Nation’s International…
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…
Taro and Ben from Taro’s Origami Studio appeared at the press junket event in LA on July 8, 2016. The movie contains many elements of origami and is situated in Japan. We attended an advance screening as well. Taro folded giant origami…
Jimmy Choo invited Taro’s Origami Studio to join their press event for the release of their new scent for the Illicit perfume line. We made lotus and roses for the event.
On the first Sunday of every winter month in 2016, Brooklyn Botanical Garden hosted an event called “Light in Winter” to lift up the winter spirits. Taro’s Origami Studio offered drop-in sessions and academy sessions for every First Sunday. This year’s…
For Lord & Taylor’s 5th Avenue holiday window unveiling, Taro’s Origami Studio was hired by Lord & Taylor’s to provide complimentary gift wrapping and origami embellishments for customers who attended the event. Our staff wrapped gifts in both the American and Japanese style, with the origami folded from vibrant washi paper.
For Halloween, here’s a look at the Taro’s Origami Studio folding event at the Briarwood Branch of the Queens Library.
Giant Origami at UN Day Peace concert – ‘Celebrate Peace for UN70’ at Kimmel Center in Center City Philadelphia.
Taro Yaguchi presented Giant Origami Folding at UN Day Peace concert – ‘Celebrate Peace for UN70’ at Kimmel Center in Center City Philadelphia on Oct 24, 2015
In the Fall of 2014, Taro’s Origami Studio led a workshop where guests created origami from square of wallpaper. This event was hosted by Farrow & Ball to celebrate the launch of a Japanese inspired wallpaper collection. Guests used squares from…
This summer, Taro’s Origami Studio attended a press preview at Uniqlo’s SoHo offices. One of Taro’s artists folded origami gifts for journalists as they browsed samples of Uniqlo’s Fall and Winter collection. Taro’s also created custom branded paper for specific…
In the fall of 2013, Taro’s attended Fall Kids Fest in Madison Square Park. With our unique tablet software, children were able to drop-in to learn some quick and simple models.
Taro’s brought folding fun to Bernhardt Design’s showroom in Midtown Manhattan this week. Guests folded models that tied into the release of a new fabric collection by Raleigh Denim. The theme was “up in the air”.