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With just a few simple folds, youâ€™ll be able to get from A to B in no time with this fun collection of 35 different modes of transport. Whether itâ€™s a trip through the Japanese countryside, taking in the view of Mount Fuji on the iconic bullet train, or a trek across the Sahara desert on a camel, the projects on offer are guaranteed to keep you entertained, especially on your own long journeys in cars, on ferries, or in airplanes. Every project comes with simple step-by-step instructions and clear photographs with helpful arrows showing you where to fold the paper. Each design has also been given a skill rating, so start with a simple one and once youâ€™ve mastered that, move on to something a bit more challenging. Another great feature is the 50 specially designed pieces of origami paper included with the book, meaning you can start folding right away.
Mari Ono is an expert in origami and all forms of papercrafts. Born in Japan, she has lived in the United Kingdom for many years with her artist husband, Takumasa, where they both work to promote Japanese arts and crafts. Her previous books include Origami Farm (ISBN 978-1-78249-048-7), How to Make Paper Planes (ISBN 978-1-908862-53-2), Dinogami (ISBN 978-1-908170-95-8), Wild and Wonderful Origami (ISBN 978-1-907563-56-0), Origami for Children (ISBN 978-1-906525-80-4), and The Simple Art of Japanese Papercrafts (ISBN 978-1-907563-08-9), all available from CICO. The author is based in Gloucestershire, UK.