Lucky Star Origami (by Most Cutest)

Lucky stars is an Origami form in which you folding strips of paper into the shape of a star. Besides being cute and colourful it is said that these tiny stars bring luck. The more stars you make the luckier you will be. So save them in a jar and give someone special a jar full of luck. Naturally you can also collect them in a jar and use them to decorate your home/room. This event will be hosted by Most Cutest.

Lucky stars are tiny Origami stars made out of paper. In japan there is a legend about lucky stars: /Long ago in Japan there was a little girl named Hoshi who was fascinated by the stars of the sky. She was absolutely in awe of them and would lie on the grass at night and stare at them for hours, wondering how the little bright specks of light could stay in the air for so long. One day she saw that the stars were falling out of the sky. Suddenly Hoshi had an idea, she grabbed some paper and a jar and started folding tiny little paper stars. Every time she folded a paper star a new star would light up in the sky. But the stars were falling faster than she could fold them, so she called all the village kids to help her. And so in one night they folded 2000 paper stars and saved them in a jar. These jars forever brought good fortune to the owners. For this reason Lucky stars are seen as a luck charm in japan. The more stars you fold the more luck you will have. In need of some luck? or are you just interested in learning something new? During this workshop our friends from Most Cutest will be teaching you how to fold these adorable tiny paper stars. This event will be free and and all the supply's will be arranged for.


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Restrictions

This event is limited to 50 people. If the limit is reached, you can not attend.

Location

Asia / Animere Room

Time

Friday 20:00 - 21:00

J-POP in cooperation with:
  • Aniway
  • Archonia
  • Bit Agency
  • CrunchyRoll
  • Bandai Namco Entertainment
  • Wacom
  • Red Dot Commerce
  • Game Mania
  • The Embassy of Japan in the Netherlands
  • The Japan Foundation
  • NWTV.NL
  • AFK e-Sports
  • VUE
  • GameRoomS
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