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.
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.
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.
In September of 2017, Taro’s Origami Studio worked closely with Louis Vuitton to promote their line of official fragrances. Taro’s artists folded flowers that were then treated with the fragrance for guests to experience.
The Conrad Hotel and Japanese airline ANA – All Nippon Airways – teamed up to host an event in Battery Park City were Taro’s Origami Studio staff created gifts and gave lessons to guests.
This week, Taro’s Origami Studio in Oakland California entertained guests at the downtown San Francisco Hilton
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