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 Japanese Bookbinding Instructions?

Answer Japanese bookbinding evolved from the use of the scroll into numerous types of retchoso, a Japanese term for a book with numerous sections. At its simplest, Japanese bookbinding is the scroll folde... Read More »
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How to Make or Repair Books Through Japanese Bookbinding?

Does your "Boy Scout Handbook" look as though it has been read by a grizzly bear? Are pages falling out of your favorite novel? Has the cover come off of your copy of "The Hobbit?" You don't have t... Read More »
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Instructions for a Classroom Bookbinding Machine?

Most schools have a binding machine in the work room, but buying one for your classroom might be a worthwhile investment. As of 2011, the machines cost around $100. Buy the bindings in packages of ... Read More »
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Instructions for a Japanese Origami Dragonfly?

Origami refers to the ancient Japanese art of paper folding. The oldest Japanese book on origami was published in 1797 and titled Hiden Senbazuru Orikata ("How to Fold a Thousand Cranes"). Modern p... Read More »
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Instructions for Origami: Japanese Paper Folding?

Origami is the Japanese art of paper folding. Though it has been in existence for centuries, it has only been popular in the Western world within the past 60 years. Thousands of origami projects st... Read More »
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