Fold Origami Cranes as a Tribute to Victims of 9/11

“Peace comes from within. Do not seek it without.” ~Buddha

“Peace goes into the making of an origami crane as flour goes into the making of bread.” ~Pablo Neruda

Origami cranes were offered to visitors at the WTC Tribute Center to commemorate the 10th anniversary of 9/11. Cranes are traditional paper birds from Japan. They symbolize peace, good health and longevity.

Video showing how to make an origami crane.

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21 thoughts on “Fold Origami Cranes as a Tribute to Victims of 9/11”

  1. Thank you so much for these videos! This model was one of the first models I did-and now I think back to how far I’ve come in origami. Your videos have helped me so much, thank you!

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    • Hi Isabel, I’m very happy to hear that you have made progress with your origami by watching our origami videos. Thank you for sharing with us, and keep up with your gook work!

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  2. “tsuru origami” is the best way to describ meaning of” peace”.
    I really consider AKIRA YOSHIZAWA as the best designer.
    I hope that a new generation will find a spirt of this art.

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